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From Rob Weir <robw...@apache.org>
Subject Re: Has the AOO 3.4 RC been released?
Date Thu, 19 Apr 2012 21:06:24 GMT
On Thu, Apr 19, 2012 at 10:28 PM, Andrea Pescetti <pescetti@apache.org> wrote:
> Christoph Jopp wrote:
>>
>> There still seems to be a misunderstanding. ...
>>
>> The other thing was that with announcing and publishing Beta Versions
>> and Release Candidates also people without a close connection to the
>> project were attracted to "test" or maybe better to "try out" the new
>> version. And their "bug hunting" might be of some value.
>
>
> Yes, sure. While we encourage volunteers to help in an "organized" way,
> "brave users" or "bug hunters" are welcome too. The main problem I see is to
> provide them with a clear channel for bug reporting/triaging: some of them
> will report bugs on a mailing list, but won't bother filing a Bugzilla
> issue. For localized QA the localized mailing lists could do the job, for
> general QA would it make sense to refer users to the newly created QA list?
> (Of course the best solution would be to have everybody file their issues
> properly in Bugzilla, but we can't expect this from everybody).
>

Or is there something we can do to make BZ bug reporting easier?

QA list is definitely *not* for reporting bugs.  Maybe ooo-users?

-Rob


> Regards,
>  Andrea

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