Continuing the discussion from Ordered list numbering wrong:
The linked topic was a bug report (of an issue that causes a lot of grief to users). One developer said that the bug was going to be fixed in the future (timeframe left vague). It’s my understanding that the “Bug” category here is the canonical issue tracking system for Discourse, but now an known bug that’s planned to be fixed has had the topic that could be used to track it closed, meaning that it looks like something that isn’t an open bug any more.
Is there a better way to report this? What’s the thinking on tracking issues like this slated for future releases? It seems like there should be a way to do that. Things I’ve used in other places are tags with specific versions / milestones, but I don’t see that anything of the sort has been done here (or that there’s a reliable way to do it, in any case).