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This depends on (a) how much information your target reader expects to
receive about each bug resolution, and (b) how much information you can
give out about each bug resolution without revealing proprietary technical
IP (or any other information about the bug that your Marketing people might
have a cow about if you reveal it). If anyone within your development team
expresses any other preference, be sure to verify that it doesn't conflict
with (a) and (b).
On Mon, Jun 10, 2019 at 10:27 AM Lucy Draughn <ldraughn7 -at- gmail -dot- com> wrote:
> Hi there,
> I have a question about resolved issues in RNs - is it correct to use the
> following text in the Resolved Issues of a software release:
> bug issue [bug number] *This is now fixed.*
> Is it appropriate to use "This is now fixed" in the resolved section? My
> take is that the issue is in the Resolved sections so I would automatically
> know that the issue is fixed so why use "This is now fixed"?
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