On 19.10.2016 12:06, Pedro wrote:
Haha, sorry. Thats not my opinion. I am quite content with Bugzilla as
Hi Peter, all
Bugzilla is a technical tool designed by developers for developers.
The simple fact that you need to subscribe to bugzilla is the first
obstacle to reporting a bug.
As a long time bug reporter I consider that Bugzilla is NOT user
friendly. It is possibly the most systematic tool available.
I am not aware of any bug tracker system that is user friendly... I
think that it's not possible to be systematic, concise, accurate and
friendly at the same time.
done. I did not waste a thought on this. For me Not An Issue is as true
as wont fix. The result is the same. But I think it is also nit picking,
and wont fix, might be more aceptable then not accepting the issue of
someone else, i changed it.
What argument would you use to close it? NOT_AN_ISSUE is not true. It
is definitely not OBSOLETE...
Maybe WONT_FIX with the true argument that the community does not have
the manpower to switch to another tool.
I wanted to know in case if there is a change to Jira planned if we want
this Issue to operate on.
In my opinion a Bug tracker is Dev Space not user space. And even if
when I try to give a user a satisfactory answer, I am fine if someone
else gives a non satisfactory answers.
And most Answers we currently close tickets with are none user friendly.
In my opinion it would need a Community team instead of a QA team to
translate User issues (from a Forum?) into Bug tracker Issues. But we
dont have that ressources I think. We can only work through the Mess we
have and see if we find stuff worth solving.
Sorry for the rather negative picture. But I checked and we have 3000+
unconfirmed Issues. I will try to help here as much as I can. But I also
want to develop something. And it is realy not easy if there is the
thing you want to do in one corner and the thing that makes sense in the
other corner. This is a bit frustrating Picture for me. :P
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