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          Priority: medium
            Bug ID: 58251
          Keywords: regression
           Summary: BUGZILLAASSISTANT: Inappropriate "regression" keyword
          Severity: normal
    Classification: Unclassified
                OS: Windows (All)
          Hardware: Other
        Whiteboard: BSA
            Status: UNCONFIRMED
         Component: WWW
           Product: LibreOffice

It seems that the BSA adds the "regression" key word automatically if there is
a "Latest known-working version" selected before the "Version".

This often is correct, but sometimes, of course, the bug is related to a new
feature; for this kind of bugs I believe it's common sense that we do not set
the "regression" Keyword.

Although the number of bugs with inappropriate "regression" might be not too
big, the problem is annoying because this keyword means some kind of alarm for
many of us. So I wold prefer a solutions that adds a text to the comment as a
reminder for QA staff ("Possibly regression?").

I recommend to wait for some comments and then to decide whether we leave this
BSA feature as it is or do a modification?

Operating System: Windows 7
Last worked in: release

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