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  • Sponsor 1
    Ticket is supported by sponsor 1 (OTF, March 2018 contract)
  • Sponsor 2
    Ticket is supported by sponsor 2 (ISC, August 2018 contract)
  • Sponsor 3
    Ticket is supported by Internews (Oct 2018 contract)
  • Sponsor 4
    Ticket is supported by NLnet (April 2019 grant)
  • Sponsor 5
    Ticket is supported by ISC (January 2020 contract)
  • T: bug
    Type: bug. Ticket describes a defect that affects the user
  • Document
    Ticket will produce a document
  • R: duplicate
    Resolution: duplicate. Ticket is redundant
  • T: feature
    Type: feature. Ticket describes a user-visible improvement
  • T: feature request
    Type: feature request. Ticket describes a user-visible improvement that may or may not be implemented
  • R: fixed
    Resolution: fixed. Issue described by the ticket has been solved
  • Good first issue
    Ticket is suitable for a beginning contributor
  • S: in code review
    Status: in code review. Ticket is included in an open merge request
  • S: in merge queue
    Status: in merge queue. Ticket is waiting for other branches to be merged before code review
  • S: in progress
    Status: in progress. Ticket is currently being worked on
  • R: rejected
    Resolution: rejected. Ticket will not be worked on
  • S: stale
    Status: stale. Issue described by the ticket may not be relevant any more, or ticket has had no activity for a long time
  • T: task
    Type: task. Ticket involves work that isn't user-visible, such as refactoring or research
  • UI/UX
    Ticket relates to the user interface and/or user experience
  • Security
    Ticket has security implications