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Used where the issue is planned to be incorporated in the next major, minor or patch release, and included in its release notes. It is not
a prioritization field and should only be changed by Foswiki core developers.
- n/a means not confirmed, or refers to an extension that is not part of a standard Foswiki release, or it hasn't been decided which release to target yet, or the fix was required because something broke in a prior bugfix (i.e. it's not supposed to be explicitly documented in the release notes).
- patch refers to the next bugfix release, and should be used for bugfixes (if they're not extremely invasive) and minor corrections only.
- minor refers to the next maintenance release, and may be used for minor functionality improvements and refactorings.
- major refers to the next full release, and should be used for all functionality changes, and any deprecations.
This field should be set as soon as it is known which release the issue will be resolved in, so that the issue isn't missed while compiling the release notes.