[Libreoffice-qa] Feedback page
thackert at nexgo.de
Wed Nov 6 01:05:51 PST 2013
Good morning Robinson, *,
On Mittwoch, 6. November 2013 01:51 Robinson Tryon wrote:
> On Tue, Nov 5, 2013 at 2:35 PM, Robinson Tryon
> <bishop.robinson at gmail.com> wrote:
>> On Tue, Nov 5, 2013 at 9:20 AM, Thomas Hackert
>> <thackert at nexgo.de> wrote:
>>>> We currently have a link in the LibreOffice menus "Help -> Send
>>>> Feedback" that currently points at the BSA and will point at
>>>> the more generalized Feedback page soon.
>>> What does "soon" mean? The next weeks, months ... ;?
>> Hopefully some time this week. I just need to find the time to
>> hack on it :-)
> Done! Well, with the first draft, anyhow:
cool :) Looks great :)
> Big kudos to Astron for the mockup code.
A big thank you to you both :)
> What works:
> - Link to Ask LibreOffice
> - Link to BSA (including passing-along URL params from
> LibreOffice) - Link to BSA for enhancements (including passing in
Just a question: The text below "Create a bug report" reads
Having a specific problem, like a software crash or a missing
feature? Report a bug to our developers.
But is this not redundant to the "File an enhancement request", if
you mention a "missing feature" here? Would it not be better to just
Having a specific problem, like a software crash or LibreOffice
freezes, when you try to open a file? Report a bug to our
or something like that? And than enhancing the text below "File an
enhancement request" to
Missing a feature or thinking of a new feature that would make
LibreOffice even better than it is today? Let us know!
> What doesn't work:
> - Submitting feedback via the form
> - Viewing feedback submitted by other users
That would be cool to see as well :) But I have no idea, how you
will handle this in our existing LO infrastructure. Are you thinking
of some kind of form2mail interface or would it become a page, where
all this feedback will be collected? And if so: Who will have a look
at it? Devs or someone else?
Thank you for your work so far
It takes two to tell the truth: one to speak and one to hear.
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