[Libreoffice-qa] question about a bug confirmation
V Stuart Foote
VStuart.Foote at utsa.edu
Sun Nov 23 09:21:30 PST 2014
First thank you for taking on the translation tasks, we know it can be
Lera Goncharuk wrote
> Do I understand correctly, that we should consult with developers when a
> violates principles of mathematical calculations and we give the status
> only when developers confirm than bug can be fixed?
> Do mathematical rules no longer apply to LibreOffice?
> What should I tell users?
Regards, fdo#86576 <https://bugs.freedesktop.org/show_bug.cgi?id=86576>
No, I would not characterize the QA process that way. Setting NEW has
nothing to do with determining if something can or should be fixed. Rather,
it depends on the comfort of the QA volunteer in making an assignment, or
asking for more information.
If issue as reported can be reproduced it can be set status NEW--or as Andy
has done--leave it UNCONFIRMED and invite other QA or Devs to review.
There will be issues that clearly are incorrect function, as this is. And
there are issues that are marginal, and are better classified as Enhancement
to the existing function.
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