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== Filing bugs ==
 
== Filing bugs ==
If you run into issues, look through the [[issue tracker]] and see if a bug has been filed. If so, vote for the issue to be fixed. If not, file the bug.
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If you run into issues, look through the [[issue tracker]] and see if a bug has been filed. If not, file the bug.
  
 
== Vetting bugs ==
 
== Vetting bugs ==
 
This is just as important (if not more so) than filing bugs. We need to know whether each bug that's been filed is a problem for one person, or a problem for many. Try reproducing some of the bugs that have been filed, and see if they are problems for you. If you can't figure out how to reproduce the problem, make a comment on the bug, asking the person to describe their problem in more detail.
 
This is just as important (if not more so) than filing bugs. We need to know whether each bug that's been filed is a problem for one person, or a problem for many. Try reproducing some of the bugs that have been filed, and see if they are problems for you. If you can't figure out how to reproduce the problem, make a comment on the bug, asking the person to describe their problem in more detail.

Revision as of 10:17, 7 January 2007

Filing bugs

If you run into issues, look through the issue tracker and see if a bug has been filed. If not, file the bug.

Vetting bugs

This is just as important (if not more so) than filing bugs. We need to know whether each bug that's been filed is a problem for one person, or a problem for many. Try reproducing some of the bugs that have been filed, and see if they are problems for you. If you can't figure out how to reproduce the problem, make a comment on the bug, asking the person to describe their problem in more detail.