[Libreoffice-qa] Fwd: [tdf-announce] The Document Foundation announces LibreOffice 3.6 with a wealth of new features and improvements

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Tue Aug 21 10:21:07 PDT 2012

Michael Meeks-2 wrote
>> There is one already - Bugzilla. I think devs should be teached how to
>> use
>> Bugzilla more.
> 	:-) Sure - but a developer's daily interaction involves using many bug
> trackers - from LibreOffice, to SUSE, RedHat, Deb-bugs, Apache Issues,
> etc. having a single page that lets you get to them easily can be nice.
This is another major problem... 

Michael Meeks-2 wrote
> 	I agree that wiki pages don't help; but having a convenient developer
> default-page that makes it easy to get to the bugs you want - and also
> prompts you with the last 5x new regressions, and a competitive
> component vs. component bug chart and ... - might do some good. No doubt
> it could all be done in a pile of Javascript or something :-)
Anyway such dashboard could be done like this:
Sample screenshot -
Tool -
All this can be done using Bugzilla integrated APIs (or BzAPI
https://wiki.mozilla.org/Bugzilla:REST_API) with a help of some mediawiki
addons - nice examples:
Best regards.

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