Shrug. We can’t clone the Bugzilla here We never formalized what exactly goes into CommonBugs, we went by gut feeling, and at least in my case it was a) issues with high impact for the user and b) very visible issues.
This one is only visible to users who manually install
setroubleshoot (or have a very old upgraded system) or look into system logs. And those people are often also able to find the bugzilla report themselves (setroubleshoot points you to it, if you choose to report the issue). The impact seems to be zero.
On the other hand, we sifted through the bugs because we used to write all the CommonBugs entries ourselves. When the topic has already been written by someone, I don’t see much disadvantage promoting it. The only downside is that if we have too many of these, the important ones might get lost between the less important ones, and that wouldn’t benefit our users. So it’s about striking some balance, I guess. On wiki, we had different sections (GNOME, KDE, Server, Installer, etc) and I tried to put the most important issues to the top. We can’t do that here. Tagging the topics can improve the situation somewhat, but only to a certain extent.