[SailfishDevel] Is there a bug tracker?

Erlend Böe erlendboe at yahoo.com
Wed Aug 7 12:13:13 UTC 2013

Hi all,

I agree completely.
Also, for me it is not always easy to understand in which component the problem is,
should I report it to this list, or to the mer, or to the nemo team?

So I would go even further and say that not only would it be good to have a Sailfish bug tracker, but that it would be helpful if I could report all bugs to it, and somebody will then decide if it is a Sailfish problem, or a problem in one of the underlying libraries.


On 07.08.2013, at 12:53, christopher.lamb at thurweb.ch wrote:

> Hi
> on the Sailfish Support Page:
> "
> Bug Tracking Tool
> We are in a phase of rapid development, so a formal bug tracking tool is not the best solution yet. Nevertheless, we would like to hear your feedback via the mailing list.
> "
> This always struck me as a little bit weak / weird. I would have thought that a small team working hard on a fast developing project needs a bug tracking tool just as much as any other, possibly even more so. But I agree, it does not need to be formal, but there should be something to ensure that issues don't get lost.
> This list is great for discussing stuff we find. As we are all learning, many of our problems may not actually be caused by bugs, rather by mistakes we are making. But if after a bit of discussion it is decided that the behaviour is down to a bug, then it would be great to be able to park the issue somewhere knowing it won't get lost.
> Chris
> Zitat von "Thomas B. Rücker" <thomas at ruecker.fi>:
>> On 08/07/2013 10:17 AM, Putze Sven wrote:
>>> Hi there,
>>> is there a bugtracker for reported issues or new issues anywhere around (Sailfish OS / SDK / Installer)? Or is everything handled via this list here so far?
>> For the first alpha release there was a significant collection of known
>> issues listed on the page. Bugs are mostly reported here and on IRC
>> (although here is better for documentation purposes).
>> Issues that can be clearly identified to have originated in Mer or Nemo
>> are tracked here:
>> - https://bugs.merproject.org/
>> - https://bugs.nemomobile.org/
>> I'm not entirely sure how Jolla owned bugs are prioritized. The one I
>> reported with one of my first mails to the list in February (and got
>> ack'd by Jolla) is still there.
>> Cheers
>> Thomas
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