[webkit-dev] Crash reports which show extensions enabled: what to do?

Maciej Stachowiak mjs at apple.com
Fri Jul 7 13:38:21 PDT 2006

On Jul 7, 2006, at 5:51 AM, Joost 'AlthA' de Valk wrote:

> Hi all,
> there seems to be some discussion going on what to do with bugs  
> when they have crash reports with them, which show enabled  
> extensions. My view on this is VERY simple: I close each and every  
> such bug as INVALID. We have neither the time or the resources to  
> do anything else, and i'd like to keep confirming bugs as easy as  
> possible. Now I know I have no "official" right to decide on this,  
> but I hope you will all agree with me and do the same.

That seems fine to me, you could also tell the bug reporter in such  
cases that they can reopen the bug if they provide a crash trace with  
extensions disabled.

> There's been some hard work the last few days to get the  
> UNCONFIRMED list under 100 again, we have succeeded in that, and  
> have 67 unconfirmed bugs at this moment. I want to thank everybody  
> who's been doing that work, it's the first step in getting our bug  
> reporters to feel that their bugs are being looked at and taken  
> care of, which is very important IMHO.

I appreciate that too. Thanks to Joost and everyone else who has been  
screening unconfirmed bugs in bugzilla.


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