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asked 2012-04-05 14:36:35 +0200TJ Meneses
I just don't want this to be a simple Q&A for LO users; some answers to these questions, and even some questions themselves, demand attention of the people actually coding the office suite. So, I'd just like to ask this simple question: are developers looking at the posts in this site?
If you feel that they don't need to, or that our feedback does not deserve consideration, feel free to justify your answer.
answered 2012-04-05 15:13:18 +0200cloph
Some of the devs visit the site, some also provide answeres themselves. But still: If you find a bug, you need to file it in bugzilla, otherwise it will probably be forgotten. Same goes for feature requests. And fundamental design decisions (where the ask.libreoffice.org platform is not the correct place to discuss them anyway) need to go to the appropriate mailing-lists (but don't expect anything to change if you don't put some effort in it yourself).
Keep it what it is: A question & answers platform. When you don't expect that someone can give a "do this and that, then you have what you want" style answer, then ask.libreoffice.org very likely is the wrong place for your question.
It is not a place for "I want LibreOffice to go in this or that direction" platform or "I have a bug, fix it!" style discussions.
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Asked: 2012-04-05 14:36:35 +0200
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