in Italian Libre lists we have discussed the hypothesis to add a quick
couple of links ("how to post a bug" and "post a bug") nearby the usual
download links in the Libre download page.
This is because normal users (the most part!) have to follow these
sequence, at the moment:
o) -> http://www.libreoffice.org/
o) -> Get Involved;
o) -> Do quality assurance [QA];
o) -> "Bug triage" section:
oo) -> _if needed_, go to "instructions on our wiki page", read and go
oo) -> and finally go to "LibreOffice bug tracker".
We think this is too much at all! And to much hidden to normal users!!!
You could think and say that this is somewhat negative to the
LibreOffice People Idea with particular reference to the program/suite
stablity, but in a XXI Century FLOSS and Cloud World point of view,
many minded observers don't miss that we are mining the exact contrary:
we want to make LibreOffice team reaches a fast and wide bugs view so
that the entire Community can fix sooner and many more bugs and reach,
again, highest stability and quality!
It's our opinion.
What do you think about it?
Have a nice evening,
p.s. Sorry for the triple post: now simple text mail... ;-)
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