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          Priority: medium
            Bug ID: 60059
           Summary: BUGZILLAASSISTANT: Improve Wording "Sub Component"
          Severity: enhancement
    Classification: Unclassified
                OS: All
          Hardware: Other
            Status: UNCONFIRMED
           Version: unspecified
         Component: WWW
           Product: LibreOffice

For historic reasons we created some some Sub components with a similar
function as the "Component" in AOOo.

This is useful and no discussion is needed, but I believe these key words
should get a new name encouraging for a more liberal use in the summary line,
what would lead to more useful summaries without duplicate words. I often See
summaries like 
"FILEOPEN: Crash when open file", where I would prefer 
"CRASH when FILEOPEN" (what saves space for other useful info)
"FILEOPEN FORMATTING PIVOTTABLE: When I open a document with conditional
formatting in the data pilot libreOffice crashes", where I would prefer 

Although I believe that currently there is no alternative for the BSA to start
the summary with the most important key word (AKA "Sub component), here and in
Wiki explications in future we should find a better name showing that those
words in capital letters are key words to ease queries and to show most
important parts of the summary. But the are no sanctum what have to be used
without integration into rest of summary text.

I believe we should encourage users to use those key words (AKA "Sub component)
in summary for telegram style sentences (without integrating too many ones)

May be this needs some discussion on QA mailing list?

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