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There are three types of resolved bugs in Epsilon.
Bugs that have been fixed in the latest version of the source code, but have not been yet integrated in an interim version
Bugs that have been fixed in the latest version of the source code and in the latest interim version but have not been yet integrated in the latest stable version
Bugs that have been fixed in the latest stable version
Below are the conventions used by the Epsilon committers to characterise reported bugs according to their status.
New bug: Status → New
Assigned bug: Status → Assigned
Bug fixed in the latest version of the source code: Status → Resolved/Fixed
Bug fixed in the latest interim version: Status → Resolved/Fixed, Whiteboard → interim
Bug fixed in the latest stable version: Status → Closed/Fixed
When releasing a new interim version, go through all bugs of type  and set their whiteboard field to
When releasing a new stable version, go through all bugs of type  and , set their status to Closed/Fixed, and record the closed bug numbers in
this Google spreadsheet