To me, the text of your report seems to be focused on that. It's not like it "ended up" there.
It's classified as a closed issue report, because "The resolution of issue 903
clear that false
is not a null pointer constant." . But my initial report was also focused on [...]
Well, it's not that important, but the text I see is:
Although 6.9.1 [basic.fundamental] paragraph 7 classifies bool as an integral type, the values of true and false are not specified — only that the results of converting them to another integral type are 1 and 0, respectively. This omission leaves unspecified whether false is an integral null pointer constant or not.
And that seems to focus on whether false is a null pointer constant. If the text of your original report was different, I don't know.
P.S.: sorry for any bad formatting... It's a pain from the phone :-(