How smart is bug-buddy?

The latest bug-buddy includes stack straces. But if you attach it like GNOME suggests somebody will comment your bug as not having a stack trace. So the question is if it makes sense to have lots of bug reports of users which dont help. Maybe bug buddy is a tool that makes no sense at all? Also I think maybe it would be better if bug-buddy would file a bug into the distributions issue tracker instead of the GNOME ones? Filing bugs because GNOME tells you todo so and than always getting a standard answer that this is not sufficient actually is frustrating for the user. I would also like to suggest that bug reports of bug-buddy get other text – maybe also suggest installing additional packages.

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One response to “How smart is bug-buddy?

  1. mike

    Ubuntu Feisty doesn’t ship bug-buddy anymore.

    they have another tool, that files the bugs on

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