Problems well ordered and qualified in BugZilla? (Was Re: [tdf-discuss] Re: strange page orientation problem)
NoOp wrote (21-09-11 05:11)
If 3.4.x then I *highly* recommend trying 3.3.4 instead. To me it seems
that 3.4.x (3.4.3) is full of bugs and should never have been released
at all, particularly with this statement:
LibreOffice 3.4.3 Final (2011-08-31)
Safe for production use by most users and enterprises.
That statement is, at the very least (again IMO, but can be verified by
the bug reports), wrong. Note: for anyone that disputes that, simply
review the users list and bug reports - you'll find many issues
regarding 3.4.x that are resolved by reverting back to 3.3.x.
I know there are problems in 3.4 that are not present in 3.3. (and why).
And what the situation should be: that all problems have been described
in an issue and that the really annoying ones qualified as such and
picked up by a developer.
However, I have the impression that not all problems posted to users@
have been handled as such. Not sure though.
Also I noticed some things mentioned as (serious) problem, turned out to
be no or (just) minor annoyances (IMO).
Furthermore, we are in a lucky situation compared with half a year ago:
there are regular test builds for Windows also and devs are fixing
windows specific issues...
So, do you think it would be useful to check the problems reported on
users@, check their status in BugZilla and if needed add them to the
MostAnnoying gathering issues?
Speaking for myself: I would be happy to help, but because of workload,
it should be a process of weeks, rather than days..
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