Changes between Version 10 and Version 11 of BugTrackerEtiquette


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Aug 6, 2018 8:15:26 PM (2 weeks ago)
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  • BugTrackerEtiquette

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    33  * '''No personal abuse.''' Haiku's Bug Tracker is a window into the world of Haiku development. The fact that we permit anyone with an account to add a comment does not mean you are allowed to harass, harangue or otherwise hassle contributors. Do not make weak threats like "I won't use Haiku until this bug is fixed!" If a respected project contributor complains about your behavior on this bug tracker, then your account may be disabled.
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    5   * '''Not a forum''' This bug tracker is for reporting issues within Haiku's codebase. User-errors can be resolved through several other means of communication, such as an appropriate [http://www.haiku-os.org/community/ml mailing list] or [http://www.haiku-os.org/community/irc IRC Channel]. Any tickets deemed to be user-error will be closed as invalid.
     5  * '''Not a forum.''' This bug tracker is for reporting issues ''within Haiku's codebase'', i.e., this does not include third-party applications from HaikuDepot. User-errors can be resolved through several other means of communication, such as an appropriate [https://www.haiku-os.org/community/ml mailing list] or [https://www.haiku-os.org/community/irc IRC channel]. Any tickets deemed to be user-error will be closed as invalid.
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    77  * '''No obligation.''' "Open Source" is not the same as "the developers must do my bidding." The only person who has any obligation to fix the bugs you want fixed is yourself. Never act as if you expect someone to fix a bug by a particular date or release. Not only is this obnoxious, it is likely to get the bug ignored.