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Bug reports for the LibreOffice websites (Wiki, Ask, etc..) go in the "WWW" category of the LibreOffice bugtracker.

To report a bug,

  1. Go to the bugtracker, and click on the "New" link.
  2. Pick the "LibreOffice" product from the list.
  3. Under "Component", scroll to the bottom of the list and select "WWW".
  4. Add a Summary with the prefix "Ask site: " such as "Ask site: Can't login from the Moon".
  5. Add a Description, and then click "Submit Bug" to finish the process.
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updated to use correct bugzilla prefix, per @RainerBielefeld

Bug reports for the LibreOffice websites (Wiki, Ask, etc..) go in the "WWW" category of the LibreOffice bugtracker.

To report a bug,

  1. Go to the bugtracker, and click on the "New" link.
  2. Pick the "LibreOffice" product from the list.
  3. Under "Component", scroll to the bottom of the list and select "WWW".
  4. Add a Summary with the prefix "Ask site: "ASKLIBREOFFICE " such as "Ask site: "ASKLIBREOFFICE Can't login from the Moon".
  5. Add a Description, and then click "Submit Bug" to finish the process.
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note on what to do when ask site is down

Bug reports for the LibreOffice websites (Wiki, Ask, etc..) go in the "WWW" category of the LibreOffice bugtracker.

To report a bug,

  1. Go to the bugtracker, and click on the "New" link.
  2. Pick the "LibreOffice" product from the list.
  3. Under "Component", scroll to the bottom of the list and select "WWW".
  4. Add a Summary with the prefix "ASKLIBREOFFICE " such as "ASKLIBREOFFICE Can't login from the Moon".
  5. Add a Description, and then click "Submit Bug" to finish the process.

Update: These directions also seem to apply if a website is currently down: There is no website/IT-specific IRC channel, and the IT/infrastructure mailing list appears to only allow posts from subscribers.