reporting bugs upstream : nothing on the wiki?
awilliam at redhat.com
Wed Jul 28 17:29:12 UTC 2010
On Wed, 2010-07-28 at 09:48 -0400, Jonathan Kamens wrote:
> It appears that the general tone of this page is to encourage users to
> report bugs upstream instead of reporting them to Fedora. I think this
> approach is ill-advised.
> While there are certainly advantages to getting bugs reported
> upstream, there are also many advantages to having such bugs reported
> through Fedora bugzilla rather than straight upstream. These
> advantages include:
In general I think we could just say that the best approach is to write
strictly factually about how to report bugs upstream, as opposed to
trying to codify the reasons why someone might choose to do so.
(Also, a small language point, Ankur - in English, you don't put a space
on each side of punctuation marks like ! and : and ;. You only have a
space *after* them. So "Purpose : A page" should be "Purpose: A page",
and so on.)
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