Describes the type of issue. If something does not fit within any
-specific type then simply do not set it. *"crash"* is for hard crashes of
-the Python interpreter -- possibly with a core dump or a Windows error box --
-and not erroneous exits because of an unhandled exception (the latter fall under
-the *"behavior"* category).
+specific type then simply do not set it.
+ Wrong or unexpected behavior, result, or exception. This includes most of
+ Hard crashes of the Python interpreter -- possibly with a core
+ dump or a Windows error box.
+ Errors reported by the compiler while compiling Python.
+ Situations where too many resources (e.g. memory) are used.
+ Issues that might have security implications. If you think the issue
+ should not be made public, please report it to firstname.lastname@example.org instead.
+ Situations where too much time is necessary to complete the task.
+ Issues that propose the addition of new functionality, such as new
+ functions, classes, modules, or even new arguments for existing functions.