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On 11/11/10 15:29, Charles Marcus wrote:
On 2010-11-11 9:47 AM, Rainer Bielefeld wrote:
 the current bug tracking system is sufficien for expert communication,
 but if masses of users will file their problems, we will loose overview,
 soon. There are too less sort criterias for subcomponents, OS-Versions,
 LibO version and and and, afaik we don't have an useful permissions
 management ... . I'm afraid we will run into problems. Is there any
 discussion concerning solutions for these problems?

'Masses of users' will not know how to properly report bugs.

As I have advocated in the past (on this and the OOo list), I would
suggest a two-tiered system - a simple bug reporting page for end users,
where they

I am aware of the Ubuntu related Launchpad bug tracking process. I have used this a few times for Ubuntu things, and I am not at all a developer, however I am a fairly disciplined end user.

Is a Launchpad  type facility in the frame?
alan cocks
Ubuntu user

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