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From "Marcus (OOo)" <marcus.m...@wtnet.de>
Subject Re: OpenOffice most annoying bugs
Date Sun, 04 Sep 2011 09:33:46 GMT
Am 09/03/2011 02:42 PM, schrieb Pedro F. Giffuni:
> Hi Marcus;
>
> The exact flag in bugzilla is 3.4_release_blocker.
>
> Not including *ALL* these 24 bugs for the next release
> would be like saying to our contributors that we don't
> care about them. We are talking about people that

That's pretty wrong. Of course we cannot do every that others want from 
us. Otherwise we would make a fool of ourself.

> spent *their* time coding and gave the preference
> to contribute to OpenOffice that would now see that
> their are efforts better appreciated elsewhere.

There is no problem when you say that the one or other issue will be 
fixed in the next release but not in the coming release because of this 
and that reason.

> It's just 24 bugs with patches: we can do them all
> before the next release (likely to happen next year).

The number is unimportant.

Marcus



> --- On Sat, 9/3/11, Marcus (OOo) wrote:
>
>> Am 09/03/2011 04:39 AM, schrieb Pedro F. Giffuni:
>>> Hi;
>>>
>>> I went through the early LibreOffice archives
>>> checking which issues from our database they
>>> considered for inclusion.
>>>
>>> I have to say it was a GREAT idea to start
>>> from the tip of the Hg development tree as
>>> most fixes already appear closed (applied
>>> or integrated to a CWS).
>>>
>>> The following 24 open bugs in our database
>>> include patches and have been integrated
>>> (in some form) into LibreOffice:
>>>
>>> Bug 1526 - Small Caps are different sizes twixt Word
>> and StarWriter
>>> Bug 7065 - A wizard for Page Numbering
>>> Bug 61927 - WW6: exporting a document twice replaces
>> capital danish characters with squares
>>> Bug 76649 - sfx2: html parser support for html with
>> missing encoding
>>> Bug 80184 - can't add SVG draw documents to gallery
>> via API
>>> Bug 92341 - WW8: CTL/Thai font convert incorrectly
>> when import from MS Office 2003
>>> Bug 94007 - Slideshow crashes on exit (multi-screen)
>>> Bug 95369 - Writer crash related to input fields
>>> Bug 97332 - MS Word 95 export filter does not
>> recognize Korean characters
>>> Bug 100686 - wizards: Euro converter wizard don't work
>> when searching for calc documents in a dir
>>> Bug 101057 - merge ww6 and wmf encoding spliter
>>> Bug 101100 - allow -fstrict-aliasing
>>> Bug 108846 - sfx2: gtk quick starter is still a bit
>> sick
>>> Bug 111741 - extras: malformed XML file
>>> Bug 112387 - extras: updated Hungarian standard.bau
>>> Bug 112786 - unotools: make ConfigManager a
>> well-behaved singleton
>>> Bug 112795 - sfx2: dock windows change position after
>> restart of the app
>>> Bug 112821 - configure: system mythes is not used when
>> configured with --with-system-libs
>>> Bug 113141 - fpicker: gtk Save As dialog should show
>> all appropriate formats by default
>>> Bug 113803 - Add Tower labels
>>> Bug 113873 - Russian dictionary for integration
>>> Bug 114012 - sd: a11y crash because ctor chain calls
>> back into object before ctor is complete
>>> Bug 114423 - sfx2: possible use of dangling reference
>>> Bug 117017 - ARM optimization for armv6/armv7
>>>
>>> Perhaps we should label them "3.4 showstopper"
>>> or something.
>>
>> Showstopper have their own definition. As we have not yet
>> defined a new
>> one I've taken the old definition:
>>
>> http://wiki.services.openoffice.org/wiki/Showstopper
>>
>> Especially these I cannot see as showstopper as from the
>> subject:
>> 7065, 80184, 113141, 117017
>>
>> Marcus
>>
>>
>>
>>> Also, someone please close Bugs 96705 and 113874,
>>> they have dictionaries under a copyleft license so
>>> we won't be including them into Apache OpenOffice.
>>> ____
>>>
>>> Of course, I may have missed some fixes, but this
>>> should cover all the changes up to March 2011.
>>>
>>> Also, as was to be expected, the latest commits carry
>>> less and less OOo fixes and more bugs of their own.
>>> Just a sign that, well ... we are diverging.
>>>
>>> cheers,
>>>
>>> Pedro.

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