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From "Dennis E. Hamilton" <>
Subject RE: Apache OOo Bugzilla has NL Projects and Native Language Reports
Date Sun, 04 Sep 2011 23:55:31 GMT
I think we are beyond ready. I'm not sure why my feeling matters.   

We are also beyond ready for fixing the notice on the web site.  There are
also a number of web pages that describe creating Issues and finding them need to be updated
on web.

But I am not one who has the means to do anything on the web site.

 - Dennis

-----Original Message-----
From: Kay Schenk [] 
Sent: Sunday, September 04, 2011 15:56
Subject: Re: Apache OOo Bugzilla has NL Projects and Native Language Reports

On Sat, Sep 3, 2011 at 6:00 PM, Dennis E. Hamilton <> wrote:

	Below is the notice that I am providing (to English Language pages only), at
lists, forums, and also ooo-users@i.a.o.
	PERHAPS MORE IMPORTANT is that, if you select Search and view the Simple Search tab, notice
that the "Product:" Pull-Down includes all of the NL projects.  If you use Product "zh" and
just click search, you will see 8 bugs and the use of Native language subjects and texts.
	It's going to be fun [;<).
	 - Dennis

I'm assuming at some point -- when you feel we're ready -- that a link to the new issue tracker
will be put on our current incubator web site?

	-----Original Message-----
	From: Dennis E. Hamilton []
	Sent: Saturday, September 03, 2011 17:45
	Subject: [ANNOUNCEMENT] OO.o Bugzilla Now Supported at Apache
	1. The Bugzilla Issue Tracker at <> is
now Read-Only.  New bugs cannot be entered.  Existing issues can be reviewed.  Existing issues
cannot be modified or updated.
	2. The complete Buzilla Issue Tracker is now move to the Apache OOo Bugzilla <>.
 It is publicly readable.  Anyone can request a new account in order to be able to report
	3. If you ALREADY HAVE AN ACCOUNT on the Bugzilla, you can reactivate your
account at the Apache OOo Bugzilla.
	4. Current passwords were de-activated in the transfer of the Issue Tracker repository to
Apache.  If you had an account with Login ID: "<id>", that account still exists with
Login ID: "<id>".  If you had a Login ID: "<e-mail>" that account
still exists.
	5. To reactivate your account, go to the <> web page.
	6. In the banner at the top of the page, click "Forgot Password".
	7. In the new banner, enter your Login e-mail Id at the Login: prompt.  If you used an e-mail
address before, enter it now.  If you used an user-name, "<user>" before, now enter
"<user>".  (Replace <user> with the actual user-name.)
	8. Click "Reset Password"
	9. If the e-mail is for a known account, a password reset message will be sent to that e-mail
address.  When it arrives, follow the instructions in that message and specify a new password.
	10. Then Log In with the same e-mail to use the issue tracker to do more than look.  You
can now use the "Preferences" link on the page banners to make other adjustments.
	10. When your account is reactivated, all bug reports in which you are a contributor will
have the link from your User ID restored.  You will now receive appropriate notifications.
 You can amend those issues by the same User ID.
	11. In addition, when you are logged in, the "My Bugs" link at the top and bottom bars of
pages will be available.
	12. Please use the "My Bugs" list to verify that any issues you reported previously have
been preserved correctly.
	13. If there is a problem in any of the bug reports, the best way to let the Apache OOo Project
know is to send a message to
	Please include the Issue Number and any other important details in your message.
	If there is a problem with the functioning of the Apache OOo Bugzilla itself, you can also
use the bugzilla-admin email address given in the bottom-of-page banner.
	 - Dennis


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