|New||option||New bugs, bugs not yet resolved are in this state.|
|Assigned||option||Bug resolution has been assigned to a specific developer.|
|Resolved||option||Bugs that are resolved but not yet implemented in a released version.|
|Released||option||Bug is resolved and fix is implemented in a released version of the program.|
|Duplicate||option||Duplicate of already reported bug.|
|Monitored||option||Bugs that cannot be reproduced or may turn out not to be bugs later.|
|Rejected||option|| Rejected. The most controversal state and should always be justified to respect the users. Bugs can be rejected because:
- Behavour is as designed and not regarded as a bug.
- Feature request - not a bug.
- The bug cannot be reproduced by anyone and has been in monitor state for a long time.
- Bug is related to using old version of the program or old version of shared libraries or non-compatible hardware and we will not implement the compatibility