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posted 2015-05-08 19:35:24 +0300

On what basis are new tags granted in t.j.c.?

Quite a long time ago, I noticed that my alarms vanished sometimes (rarely, luckily). Some time later I discovered that it was timed-qt5 which did not repond anything on dbus anymore and that that was the reason for the alarms 'vanishing'.

Having discovered that, I tried to add new tags 'timed' and 'timed-qt5' to my question. When adding them, I was informed that the new tags would have to be approved first. Some time later, the new tags were gone, i.e. they hadn't been approved. In order to make sure this didn't happen by mistake, I repeated the process, with the same outcome: The tags had been removed.

So here's my question: If a problem is really totally completely obviously caused by timed-qt5 breaking, why the heck don't t.j.c. moderators accept the tag 'timed' or 'timed-qt5' for that bug report? On what basis are new tags granted?

On what basis are new tags granted in t.j.c.?

Quite a long time ago, I noticed that my alarms vanished sometimes (rarely, luckily). Some time later I discovered that it was timed-qt5 which did not repond anything on dbus anymore and that that was the reason for the alarms 'vanishing'.

Having discovered that, I updated my question's / bug report's description accordingly and tried to add new tags 'timed' and 'timed-qt5' to my question. it. When adding them, I was informed that the new tags would have to be approved first. Some time later, the new tags were gone, i.e. they apparently hadn't been approved. In order to make sure this didn't happen disapproval hadn't happened by mistake, I repeated the process, and even updated the question headline to mention 'timed', but with the same outcome: The tags had been removed.

So here's my question: If a problem is really totally completely obviously caused by timed-qt5 breaking, why the heck don't t.j.c. moderators accept the tag 'timed' or 'timed-qt5' for that bug report? On what basis are new tags granted?

On what basis are new tags granted in t.j.c.?

Quite a long time ago, I noticed that my alarms vanished sometimes (rarely, luckily). Some time later I discovered that it was timed-qt5 which did not repond anything on dbus anymore and that that was the reason for the alarms 'vanishing'.

Having discovered that, I updated my question's / bug report's description accordingly and tried to add new tags 'timed' and 'timed-qt5' to it. When adding them, I was informed that the new tags would have to be approved first. Some time later, the new tags were gone, i.e. they apparently hadn't been approved. In order to make sure this disapproval hadn't happened by mistake, I repeated the process, and even updated the question headline to mention 'timed', but with the same outcome: The tags had been removed.

So here's my question: If a problem is really totally completely obviously caused by timed-qt5 breaking, why the heck don't t.j.c. moderators accept the tag 'timed' or 'timed-qt5' for that bug report? On what basis are new tags granted?

PS: Just for comparison, the 'timedclient-qt5' does exist!

On what basis are new tags granted in t.j.c.?

Quite a long time ago, I noticed that my alarms vanished sometimes (rarely, luckily). Some time later I discovered that it was timed-qt5 which did not repond anything on dbus anymore and that that was the reason for the alarms 'vanishing'.

Having discovered that, I updated my question's / bug report's description accordingly and tried to add new tags 'timed' and 'timed-qt5' to it. When adding them, I was informed that the new tags would have to be approved first. Some time later, the new tags were gone, i.e. they apparently hadn't been approved. In order to make sure this disapproval hadn't happened by mistake, I repeated the process, and even updated the question headline to mention 'timed', but with the same outcome: The tags had been removed.

So here's my question: If a problem is really totally completely obviously caused by timed-qt5 breaking, why the heck don't t.j.c. moderators accept the tag 'timed' or 'timed-qt5' for that bug report? On what basis are new tags granted?

PS: Just for comparison, the 'timedclient-qt5' tag does exist!

On what basis are new tags granted in t.j.c.?

Quite a long time ago, I noticed that my alarms vanished sometimes (rarely, luckily). Some time later I discovered that it was timed-qt5 which did not repond anything on dbus anymore and that that was the reason for the alarms 'vanishing'.

Having discovered that, I updated my question's / bug report's description accordingly and tried to add new tags 'timed' and 'timed-qt5' to it. When adding them, I was informed that the new tags would have to be approved first. Some time later, the new tags were gone, i.e. they apparently hadn't been approved. In order to make sure this disapproval hadn't happened by mistake, I repeated the process, and even updated the question headline to mention 'timed', but with the same outcome: The tags had been removed.

So here's my question: If a problem is really totally completely obviously caused by timed-qt5 breaking, why the heck don't t.j.c. moderators accept the tag 'timed' or 'timed-qt5' for that bug report? On what basis are new tags granted?

PS: Just for comparison, the 'timedclient-qt5' tag does exist!