Would like reporting bugs to be more intuitive

Stephen Smally eco.stefi at fastwebnet.it
Thu Jun 21 14:47:12 UTC 2012

Il 21/06/2012 16:29, Stephen Smally ha scritto:
> Il 21/06/2012 16:27, Martin Bagge / brother ha scritto:
>> On Thu, 21 Jun 2012, Mika Suomalainen wrote:
>>> I don't understand what do you mean by looking for link in a wiki. To
>>> report a bug you open terminal (or press alt + f2) and give command
>>> "ubuntu-bug <package>" and follow the instructions.
>> And you learned this how?
>> Not everyone is 100% trained in how things are done in (l)ubuntu and
>> giving a prominent link at the front page of the project on how to
>> report bugs is absolutley a must. I would like that information to
>> mention more than one way of reporting bugs and a possibly to include a
>> style guide.
>>> If you search for a way to report bug using web interface, you are
>>> reporting bugs wrong way, because some information which might be
>>> necressary isn't attached automatically to the bug report.
>> The world is not black or white.
> There is another problem, you can't actually tell the package name just
> by the program name (for example Leafpad is in the package leafpad, but
> chromium is in the package chromium-browser).

Anyway, i'm writing a tiny app to report bugs just by telling the App name.

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