[scribus-dev] Most Annoying Bugs
louis.desjardins at gmail.com
Fri May 30 10:07:02 UTC 2014
2014-05-30 2:28 GMT-04:00 Kunda Loves Scribus <scribus.user at gmail.com>:
> On Thu, May 29, 2014 at 6:55 PM, Louis Desjardins <
> louis.desjardins at gmail.com> wrote:
>> 2014-05-29 11:31 GMT-04:00 Andreas Vox <avox at arcor.de>:
>>> Am 29.05.2014 um 13:00 schrieb JLuc:
>>> > Hello,
>>> > Scribus now is my only DTP tool.
>>> > I'm happy with it, but not totally because some bugs hinder my
>>> everyday use.
>>> > I can circumvent them, but it's like riding on a bike
>>> > with one hand deep into my trouser's pocket : uncomfortable.
>>> > Most of these hindrances are longlasting bugs (many years !).
>>> > Beside, quite strange is that some of them aren't even acknowledged on
>>> the bug tracker.
>>> > I will not here talk of these bugs that hinder my everyday use,
>>> > because - who knows - they might be specific to my uses,
>>> > and IMO, most important would be to define :
>>> > which are the Most Annoying Bugs that are painfull,
>>> > the most of the time, for the most of the users.
>>> > - this is very different from the 1.5 roadmap
>>> > which mainly includes new features to be coded,
>>> > or very recent features to be improved -.
>>> > HardHacks, as also called them Libreoffice team, have a nice
>>> definition we could use to start with.
>>> > https://wiki.documentfoundation.org/HardHacks
>>> > For the regular "MAB pages" they use now mostly, they have :
>>> > https://wiki.documentfoundation.org/QA/Most_Annoying_Bugs
>>> > https://bugs.freedesktop.org/show_bug.cgi?id=44446
> +1 JLuc :)
> IMO, we should call this MAB page 'The Dirty Dozen'.
> 1) Give it a spaghetti western theme and flair. Yeehaw!
> 2) We could mirror this list via MantisBT using RSS on to a wiki page so
> the page stays dynamic.
> 3) Maybe have a 'Previous' list and highlight the person/group who tackled
> the bug
> 4) If a major bug is fixed the person/crew all get Turn Ferguson Cowboy
> hats (https://plus.google.com/115796591169144767652/posts)
> Waddya think partners?
Sounds like a fun plan!
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