[rt-users] final priority implemented?

Jesse jesse at fsck.com
Fri Nov 24 15:12:10 EST 2000

There is in fact no logic implemented for final priority.

> it is generally useful to have distinct concepts of urgency and importance....

*nod*  it's something that will likely get folded in down the line.


On Fri, Nov 24, 2000 at 10:35:18AM -0800, Mark D. Anderson wrote:
> i can find no indication in the 1.05 code base that the "final priority" logic is implemented.
> i'm not sure what the logic is even supposed to be -- some vague sort of thing like "increase to this
> value as due date approaches".
> this is just as well, since actually the reason i was checking was because i was thinking
> about taking over the essentially useless field and replacing it with an "importance" or
> "severity" field. i'd just use the same schema, but change the templates.
> so i'd want to disable any special logic that might mess up my alternative use of that INT column.
> -mda
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