I went to www.documentfoundation.org and couldn't find easily how to log a bug. Suggest that you put links to this bugzilla somewhere reasonably prominent on website e.g. under contribution or front page.
NB Did find it just now under develop but wouldn't hurt to have in more than one place.
Think so, too
On <http://www.documentfoundation.org/contribution/> we should have a link to a short introduction. <http://www.documentfoundation.org/contribution/> should be improved, currently it shows very specific details, but hints for a newbe are missing.
Link to Develop page on <http://www.documentfoundation.org/contribution/> is not sufficient, no newcomer will expect beginner hints on a developer page.
Hello, I remember David ever provided an up-to-date website days before:
It is more clear that the qa process is integrated in the 'Get Involved' section :)
May I include David to the cc list of this thread for his concern :)
Currently, the fastest entry point I see is this:
This page is also linked from the download pre-releases page
Indeed, not so easy to find.
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This is still valid and number 1 option is still best.
Fis for "Bug 35855 - Usability: Add menu item with link to Bug tracking system" will also fix this problem more or less
Solved with FIX for Bug 35855 and assistant.