It looks like Nemo has been doing this (thanks a bunch Nemo) but I
wasn't cc'ed on any of these reports so I was getting just as
frustrated as you thinking we were inside a black hole :)
I don't expect the average user to raise bugs.
This would be a great thing to discuss in the retrospective - as soon
as a beta feature stops being a beta feature, we should have flushed
the contents of the typography talk page and asked that people raise
bugs or at least we/i should have been more attentive and raised bugs
on behalf of those users to ensure that common problems could be
collated and addressed.
On Fri, Apr 11, 2014 at 11:53 AM, Erwin Dokter <erwin(a)darcoury.nl> wrote:
On 11-04-2014 20:00, Jon Robson wrote:
Please don't accuse me of things that are not true. I do want to see
these things, but I have to manage 1) mailing lists 2) bugzilla 3)
wiki pages (which i have to know exist). I am only human. Thanks for
the links to bugs I've cc'ed myself on all of these.
That was not my intention, I'm sorry. But I am getting so frustrated because
the foundation keeps giving the impression that it does not even acknowledge
that there is a problem, or at least refuses to remedy it by clinging on the
currently broken implementaion.
that page was linked as the primary feedback page when the refresh
announced, it should be the first place to check for error reports.
non-existence of Bugzilla reports is just plain selective ignorance.
I disagree. Bugzilla is where we report bugs. If no one raises bugs as
they will go lost.
Then that should have been in the FAQ. The announcement only sends the
readers to the talk page to give feedback.
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