How can I report bugs in OpenJDK?
martijnverburg at gmail.com
Thu Dec 3 14:35:07 UTC 2015
Could using Jiras capabilities to ensure certain details are provided help
improve the quality of bug submissions? I've used that successfully in the
past for other large OSS projects to avoid the high noise to signal ratio.
Perhaps a trial could be run with a limited set of bug reporters and see
what the quality looks like...
Alternatively could Oracle perhaps assign some resource into making the
bugs.sun.com UI/Ux a little more friendly and have the tie in to JBS made
more clear? I appreciate the underlying system probably can't be touched,
but perhaps the HTML/CSS etc could be?
On 3 December 2015 at 14:08, dalibor topic <dalibor.topic at oracle.com> wrote:
> On 03.12.2015 14:37, Matthias-Christian Ott wrote:
>> However, a short remark about the
>> justification: are bug reports non-technical in your opinion?
> It depends on the bug report, ultimately.
> For example, if the 'bug' one is trying to report is 'I read something
> somewhere on the Internet, is it really true?' then that's not actually
> technical, even when presented as a bug report of sorts ...
> and who decides whether and when a security vulnerability
>> reported to secalert_us at oracle.com becomes an issue in JBS?
> Please see  for information about Oracle's Security Vulnerability
> Remediation Practices.
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