We are all receiving the daily Libreoffice-bugs Digests and I, and no
doubt many others, would like to know how all the bugs listed in the
Digests are monitored and acted upon.
It looks as if we have an ever growing list of bugs of all complexities,
from the serious "show stoppers" to the exotic, "once in a lifetime bug"
only found by people doing very advanced work. But where is the
feed-back to show that problems raised are being resolved? Who takes
ownership of a given bug after it has been reported?
How are these issues managed by the Libre Office team?
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