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M. Fioretti wrote:
On Fri, May 18, 2007 04:25:42 AM +0530, Rahul Sundaram
(sundaram@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx) wrote:

These instructions and their purpose are very clear to me, but for a
real newbie they are absolutely obscure gibberish.
That's not the audience it was written for.  The newbie solution is
better client side apps which Will Woods, QA lead for Fedora is
working on.

Sorry, you mean a better (newbie-wise) bug reporting client?

Thanks
	Marco


I prefer to submit bugs. As a technician, I know that information, accurate and detailed can be a time saver. A tool like the old Mozilla bug tracer, a decent crash checker/tester would be a blessing for the developers. A program that automatically submitted bug info to bugzilla.

A tool that will work easily in a wrapper from the desktop that maybe calls gdb and checks to see if the debugging package is installed with the option to install the package.

My biggest frustration with submitting a bug is trying to figure out some of the choices possible. I feel sorry for someone, like my mother-in-law that has a problem knowing the difference between Internet Explorer and Firefox. :)

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