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Le 17/04/11 04:20, Christian Lohmaier a écrit :

Hi Christian,

Yes, I agree - fur the (expanded) purpose of verifying whether
resolved fixed issues are actually working in the release, there
should be a RC at least (or a version that can be installed alongside
the stable version without "dirty tricks".

But of course it is always hard to tell why people did not show up...

Not having a functional "test" version to test is a major stumbling
block IMHO. If you can't even start it, then it is pretty hard to even
think about testing it :-)) I would also agree with your statement that
turning up to what appears to be an empty IRC discussion does probably
not really give the greatest incentive for a wannabe new participant to
join the fray, so to speak. I don't remember whether the bug triage
session was announced on all the user/discuss lists (including
non-English), perhaps we do need to sort of hammer home the message
beforehand or perhaps we are just too small an "active" user base at the
moment. Let us not forget that most of us, I guess, came / come from the
OOo project, well, I'm speaking for myself here, but I know that many
did. Although, to be fair, I never participated in a bug triaging IRC
session on OOo, I just got on with looking through a subset of the bugs,
and since I have a very small focus, database problems in particular.
Perhaps, with regard to LibO, I am too selective.


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