by Michael S. Kaplan, published on 2008/12/10 03:01 -05:00, original URI: http://blogs.msdn.com/b/michkap/archive/2008/12/10/9189753.aspx
I was in triage today, and we were looking at a bug.
I can't remember what the bug was.
Oh yeah, I remember.
The Windows Reliability Wizard, when it is done running, puts up a report.
The bug was a specific scenario where the report's information was being truncated.
Obviously a bug, this would have to be fixed.
While the bug report was being annotated with the triage decision, I pointed out what was kind of funny about this.
I mean, if the Reliability Report cannot be read then it is not being very RELIABLE, now is it? Sounds like a feature in a new [fictional] SKU:
Windows Irony Edition
Can you think of other "features" or bugs in the current SKUs out there that would be better off if they were in this new (fictional) SKU?
What would you like to see taken out of Windows and put just in the Windows Irony Edition (WIE)?
And WHY do you think it belong in WIE?
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