[Pdbwiki-devel] checking remediated pdbs
dan.bolser at gmail.com
Fri Jul 17 05:55:45 EDT 2009
2009/7/17 Jose M. Duarte <jose.m.duarte at gmail.com>:
> 2009/7/17 Jose M. Duarte <jose.m.duarte at gmail.com>
>> Cool! finally one of our annotations fixed! I'd go for adding a comment
>> that the problem has been fixed in revision so and so and then categorize it
>> as "solved"
> I've now checked the 3 entries of "PDB annotation error" category and one of
> them has been solved too (1knb).
> I'm going to add a comment and categorize as "Solved in remediation" if
> there's no objections with that. I'll add it also to the category drop down
> menu in the comments extension.
I'd go for a more general comment category such as 'Issue resolved' or
just 'Solved' as you suggested originally, because I haven't
specifically confirmed that the issues were resolved during
remediation or at some point before or afterwards... Here I'm thinking
of 'remediation' as a specific batch release of updated PDB files
rather than the ongoing process of continuous improvement. If you were
thinking the latter, why not just 'Remediated'?
I guess I'd vote for 'Resolved', but in general I like the idea of
keeping the old comment and the old comment category, but tagging with
a new comment to say that the offending issue has been removed.
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