Category Archives: libreoffice
All versions of the Bug Submission Assistant had a same origin policy problem preventing user feedback. It was fixed by asking for a server side reverse proxy definition and a variable that can be controled by the enclosing frame.
The component interaction described by Kevin Hunter was implemented. The confusing attachment path was hidden from the user. The user agent is included in the bug description.
The Bug Submission Assistant is built from information found in wiki and bugzilla. When they disagree, either because of a spelling mistake or another inconsistency, the Bug Submission Assistant fails. sanity checks were implemented to detects such inconsistencies and they … Continue reading
The first version of the Bug Submission Assistant only allowed to attach a screenshot after the bug report was submitted. In addition it was not protected from double submission and not comment could be attached to the uploaded document. The … Continue reading
From august 29th, 2011 to this day, the Bug Submission Assistant was implemented and released.
The information required to create a bug assistant page is extracted from the advanced bug tracker query form and the wiki page describing the components using a mixture of XSLT and perl scripts. The BugReport_Details has been updated with class … Continue reading
The bug assistant draft page was updated with information extracted from the Bug Report Details page and the bugzilla page. It now shows the components, the matching subcomponents, the list of available versions, displays a comment explaining the component when … Continue reading
A draft implementation of a bug report front end for libreoffice was assembled behind a reverse proxy pretending that http://freedesktop.dachary.org/ is http://bugs.freedesktop.org/. For the Writer and BASIC components a subcomponent can be selected. The URLs of the existing bug reportings … Continue reading