#1
In order to keep track of what bugs are completed or not, and sorting them properly, perhaps a few rules should be implemented.

1. Subjects should start with "[App Name]" followed by the description of the problem.
[CP] = issues with CouchPotato
[SB] = issues with SickBeard
[HP] = issues with HeadPhones
[SAB] = issues with Sabnzbd
[GET] = issues with NZBGet
[Search] = Issues with search indexers
[N360] = Issues with the NZB360 app outside of plugin modules

2. Users should add the VERSION number in the opening post so that updates can be used to rule out if a problem still exists or not. some users may be using an outdated version when reporting a problem. To see what version you are running, bring up the menu and click "about" and it shows at the top.
#3
PhAzE wrote:In order to keep track of what bugs are completed or not, and sorting them properly, perhaps a few rules should be implemented.

1. Subjects should start with "[App Name]" followed by the description of the problem.
[CP] = issues with CouchPotato
[SB] = issues with SickBeard
[HP] = issues with HeadPhones
[SAB] = issues with Sabnzbd
[GET] = issues with NZBGet
[Search] = Issues with search indexers
[N360] = Issues with the NZB360 app outside of plugin modules
I like this idea a lot. Some changes I would make are:

[NZBGET] - I don't like GET for some reason, it doesn't fit it. It might also be confusing for new users (who don't read the rules first).

[NN] - For Indexers. [OMG], [MEGA] for possible future custom indexers.

[APP] For the app itself. Or no tag at all ?

And not just for bugs of course, also for support and feature requests
#4
Can you not just create "labels" in phpbb so when posting you would have to select it in a drop down menu next to the post title. Forcing us norms to use it?