Thought I'd create a chart. Just a theoretical one for trying to find the best way to describe things.
Let's look at each, how I view it, and then folks can make suggestions. Keep in mind much of what I list are just examples, but may be completely wrong! Only WT could clarify each!
La La State is listed as a gating issue. They are testing a fix that has been working, but more testing is needed before moving it to the "Believed to be fixed" category. Since they are testing a fix, they don't need to be looking for one. They may be doing so, just in case this fix doesn't work, but for the chart, they are not. Doesn't need improvement to pass as long as the testing continues well.
BT Connections is also a gating issue. I know they've been working on this and has improved, but, with my limited info, I'm putting it down as "Looking for a Fix" on the assumption that they are not satisfied yet.
Green Ink is NOT a gating issue. They are testing a fix which makes it better, but not yet determined if it is solved. I also list it under "Good but want Improvement" because I'm assuming even if they want it to be better, they are satisfied enough with what they have that lack of further improvement would not impact shipping.
Key swap issues are not a gating issue because I'm assuming they are so rare now that it won't stop shipping - which is why it is also listed under "Good but want Improvement", but if they can't make it better, it still ships.
Android Version is NOT a gating issue. Assuming they might say it could be done this quarter, whether before or after shipping.
Mac and Windows versions, assuming they are planned, are not expected until after shipping.
Linux version is, in this theoretical chart, not planned at all. Doesn't mean it never will be, but if it is ever done, it simply isn't a factor at all now.