Labels can be applied to issues and merge requests. Group labels are available for any project within the group.
  • type:request
    The submitter has identified an issue and is requesting that others provide capacity
  • type:proposal
    The submitter is working toward change (providing capacity) but wants to get feedback/support
  • type:paid-issue-queue
    Label used to identify fixes and improvements that are prioritized by the core team and funded by the community.
  • type:backlog
    The submitter has documented an issue but does not expect immediate action.
  • triaged
    Issue has had first level triage
  • sig:usability
    The issue affects the intuitiveness or productivity of casual users
  • sig:unverified-bug
    Bug needs to be confirmed on latest version
  • sig:translation
    Affects support for multiple languages or locales
  • sig:sysadmin
    The issue affects the manageability or productivity from the sysadmin perspective
  • sig:security-improvement
    The issue improves security functionality (eg more permissioning or cryptography options). Do NOT file a vulnerability/exploit here.
  • sig:performance
    (Significance) Affects how *quickly* the system runs
  • sig:maintainability
    Affects maintainability, code-quality, testability, quality-assurance, etc
  • sig:lexim
    Indicates an issue whose fix is helpful on our path to renewal via form builder/apiv4 & other leaps
  • sig:legacy-ui
    Indicates bug relates to a part of the UI we anticipate being replaced by the form builder approach
  • sig:compatibility
    Affects compatibility with some environment/configuration/version
  • sig:bug
    Incorrect behavior - Breaks a contract/expectation that has been set by the product
  • sig:accessibility
    Affects accessibility (screen-readers, keyboard navigation, etc)
  • regression
    A problem which was demonstrably introduced by a recent change (last few months)
  • prioritised
    Designated as a priority for product mtce team to work on
  • needs:testing
    A solution has been drafted - but it needs more review/testing