QUOTE(koen @ Oct 15 2006, 03:22 AM)
No, I haven't.
When I tried, my first problem was that the only choices for "product" were:
BitBake: Bug reports for the BitBake build tool
Openembedded: Queue for tracking tickets against the OE metadata repository and OE based distributions.
Neither of which seemed entirely appropriate. The OE Bugzilla DB has a "Zaurus Kernel" product which does
seem like the correct place, but the submit page doesn't give me that option. I was a little worried that submitting incorrectly would get me labeled a "whiny Zaurus user" for whom the OE folks clearly have a serious dislike (and then what would my chances be of my bug ever being fixed).
But, not being one to give up easily, I decided to take a chance and pick Openembedded. Now I'm faced with a Bugzilla login screen. I need to register for an account and provide an email address. It has to be a working address because I can't log in until a password gets mailed to me. And then that address is going to get slapped onto my bug report with no obfuscation whatever
making it a prime target for spammers. No thanks.
If you are serious about wanting end users to submit bug reports, then you need to make it easier and you need to provide at least a little protection for the submitter's personal information. And if you're really
serious about it, then you need to hide that Bugzilla abomination on a developer's only site and give end users a nice simple "Submit a bug" form that doesn't require registration and doesn't have more than about 4 fields and a "submit" button. I should probably submit a bug report for that ... ERROR: RECURSIVE POST DETECTED