GNOME Bug buddy
ubuntu at paul.sladen.org
Sat Jan 14 22:30:51 GMT 2006
On Sat, 14 Jan 2006, Quim Gil wrote:
> En/na Paul Sladen ha escrit:
> > The bug buddy should only ask two questions; (1) What was the last thing
> > you remember trying to do before the program crashed, and (2) your email
> > address---which should be cached and remembered after the first submission.
> Before asking the email address it could try to pick it from
> gnome-about-me, so we could even get just one very reasonable question.
Sounds excellent. Could you put together a wiki-page to turn into a
specification, with all the ideas in one place on:
I know GNOME upstream have some plans for automating the system. If it's
not going to make the next GNOME release it may be worth just getting on and
adding what's needed in time for Dapper freeze.
To start you off, here's a script that tries [quite hard] to guess the
Debian source-package from the pid of a running-process:
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