[Libreoffice-qa] What should we do with bugs filed against Extensions/Templates?

Robinson Tryon bishop.robinson at gmail.com
Sat Mar 30 08:22:43 PDT 2013

On Sat, Mar 30, 2013 at 5:59 AM, Cor Nouws <oolst at nouenoff.nl> wrote:
>> Remember that if an extension stops working, it's not the absentee
>> developer who is inconvenienced, but the user who installed it with
>> some expectations of reliability.
> What one can do now, is like/dislike. But that's a quite rough manner of
> communicating.

Good point. Does one have to log-in to do that?

> So my summary is that three things would be helpful here:
> - general info on the extension website explaining who is responsible;
> - contact information of the one providing the extension;
> - a note somewhere on the LibreOffice QA site/wiki, that we can refer to if
> an issue needs to be marked as NOTOURBUG, where there is clear and friendly
> explanation.
> To me this seems the easiest way to handle the case, with responsibility
> where it belongs, and the least hassle of maintaining extra structures /
> procedures.
> Does that make sense?

Yep. I think we're all getting on the same page here :-)


More information about the Libreoffice-qa mailing list