On 2003.11.25 15:23, dpeterson@... wrote:
> Very nice work Alex!
I've put your changes in place.
Below is the added question concerning bug reports, this was a great idea.
22. I found a bug and I want it fixed right now! What do I do?
The best thing you can do is to fix the bug and send the patch to
The next best thing would be to submit a good bug report. This can be done =
one of the two ways: (1) send your report to gramps-bugs@...
or (2) file your report with the bug tracker system at=20
http://sf.net/tracker/?group_id=3D25770&atid=3D385137 (this function is als=
available by selecting "Help->Report a bug" from gramps main menu).=20
A good bug report would include:=20
(1) Version of gramps you were using when you encountered the bug=20
(available through Help->About menu item)
(2) Language under which gramps was run
(available by executing "echo $LANG" in your terminal)
(3) Symptomps indicating that this is indeed a bug
(4) Any Traceback messages, error messages, warnings, etc, that showed up
in your terminal or a in separate traceback window
Most problems can be fixed quickly provided there is enough information.=20
To ensure this, please follow up on your bug reports. In particular, if you=
file bug report with sf.net bug tracker, PLEASE log into sf.net before fili=
(register your free account if you don't have one). Then we will have a way=
of contacting you should we need more information. If you choose to file yo=
report anonymously, at least check every so often whether your report page=
has something new posted, as it probably would.
Alexander Roitman http://ebner.neuroscience.umn.edu/people/alex.html
Dept. of Neuroscience, Lions Research Building
2001 6th Street SE, Minneapolis, MN 55455
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