Thank you both for your feedback. I've edited HowToReport,
HowToReportJa, and created HowToReject. I don't know whether
HowToReject will get deleted or not, but so long as the content is not
in HowToReport, I am content.

Andrew

On Sun, Sep 11, 2011 at 4:16 AM, Michal Suchanek <hramrach / centrum.cz> wrote:
> Hello
>
> On 10 September 2011 19:44, Yusuke ENDOH <mame / tsg.ne.jp> wrote:
>> Hello,
>>
>> 2011/9/10 Andrew Grimm <andrew.j.grimm / gmail.com>:
>
>> The words "Advanced", "More helpful", or "Smarter" would be better.
>
> Or perhaps "Detailed"
>
>>
>>
>>> In bullet point 2 of "More steps for reporting", there is "Why is this
>>> problem important?". Aren't all bugs important? Some bugs may affect
>>> certain uses of Ruby, but not other uses, but does that make a bug
>>> unimportant?
>>
>> Would "significant" or "severe" be more suitable?
>> Yes, all bugs are important, and all bug reports are really helpful.
>> But release management is also important.    >> to decide the priority.
>
> "severity" is used by Debian BTS
>>> "Don't use rvm; Prove that it's not rvm's bug." - is this still
>>> required? Are people still submitting erroneous bug reports as a
>>> result of problems with RVM?
>>
>> No, I haven't seen such a report lately.
>> But I believe that it is important to reduce the cause of a problem.
>> And this is just a tip; a reporter does not have to follow it.
>> So I think it is good idea to leave it.
>>
>
> Perhaps something like
>
> Mention how you installed ruby (from source, from distribution
> packages, which distribution, ruby-installer,..).
> If you installed using rvm try with ruby installed by other means. We
> used to get a lot of reports which were caused by rvm, not ruby.
>
> Thanks
>
> Michal
>
>