No way to do it like that.
You can open a stub of the report set status to NEEDINFO. And then flesh it out. But it would be
visible to any BZ participant as you work on it. And, when finished crafting, set to UNCONFIRMED to
alert the QA reviewers who will either set it back to NEEDINFO or if fully described and valid move
it along as NEW.
From: Hedley Finger
Sent: Thursday, December 18, 2014 4:03 AM
To: LibreOffice Users
Subject: [libreoffice-users] Saving intermediate drafts of bug reports in Bugzilla
I am currently writing up my recent complaints about the handling of
graphics in Calc as an enhancement request bug report.
Is there any way I can save a report as a draft without publishing it so
that I can work on it in sessions rather than complete it all at once?
I know you guys and gals will come through!
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