On 16/09/2011 10:30, Rainer Bielefeld wrote:
Florian Effenberger schrieb:
Rainer Bielefeld wrote on 2011-09-15 16:22:
I hope I successfully explained what we need?
first, thanks for all your work on this!
So, if I understand the situation right, my proposal would be to have
something like http://bugassistant.libreoffice.org hard-coded in the
program, and that subdomain automatically redirects to the site with the
bug assistant. So, if in the future, the URL on our server changes, we
just adjust the bugassistant.lo redirection on our server, but the
hardcoded URL in LibreOffice stays the same.
yes, that's exactly the idea behind that. In between Christoph offered
some very good ideas for additional benefit such a page can bring, but
that currently imho does not touch the basic idea: we need a flexible
In a first step (for test affairs for feedback from Master) a simple
forward to fdo.bugzilla
second step selection "fdo or new assistant?"
third step: Nice feedback page, may be with various selections (Want
to report bug? want to praise great LibO team work? ...
That all is completely independent from Loic's work, Loic, please
forget my request.
Rainer here is just a suggest.
How about linking it directly to Bugzilla. Have it do a search for a
particular issue and list them if found. if not give the option for the
report to report a new bug?
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