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You cannot, as far as I'm aware, retrospectively add a bug to and old image
on the iso-tracker. You can view previous bugs by selecting "See removed
and superseded builds
from the tracker ( http://iso.qa.ubuntu.com/qatracker/milestones/308/builds
I used to use this for checking things when deciding on "GO or NO GO" for
the milestone releases when viewing the re-spins as things can get re-set!
On 8 November 2013 16:50, Iberê Fernandes <ibere.fernandes@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> 2013/11/8 Iberê Fernandes <ibere.fernandes@xxxxxxxxx>
>> 2013/11/8 Lars Noodén <lars.nooden@xxxxxxxxx>
>>> On 11/08/2013 06:05 PM, Iberê Fernandes wrote:
>>> > Pierre and all the testers: if we're testing the development versions,
>>> > let's guarantee we report the bugs on ISO/Package trackers so we can
>>> > release the best Lubuntu ever, ok? :)
>>> Yes, this is the first LTS. It should be as good as possible.
>>> Sometimes some days pass between installation and noticing / finding a
>>> bug. Where should I look on the system to see the name of the disc
>>> image (including date) which I installed last? Also, is there a way to
>>> go back in the trackers to add a bug to a passed day?
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>> Sorry, I do not know how to respond your question. (btw, I'm just trying
>> to help. I'm no qa manager at all). I'm just a good Lubuntu tester as you
>> and the rest of the testers. So I'm replying what I know.
>> @phillw: could you show the path of the light, pls?
>> From what I know:
>> The most important goal with these images is simply to find as many bugs
>> as possible and report them with enough detail that they can be fixed.
>> Finding the bugs ahead of the milestone crunch is helpful as it gives us
>> more time to fix them. Of course finding and reporting bugs in the released
>> milestones is also useful for improving the overall quality of the
>> I'll try to reply with an example:
>> See the report from ubuntu-bug/apport:
>> Date: Thu Jun 20 16:48:19 2013
>> LiveMediaBuild: Lubuntu 13.10 "Saucy Salamander" - Alpha i386 (20130619)
>> If you use the command line (and do not remember/keep the ISO as I keep
>> my testing ISOs):
>> ubuntu-bug <packagename> --save
>> I've just ran against my Lubuntu 13.04 against lxpanel:
>> ubuntu-bug lxpanel --save bug.txt
>> leafpad bug.txt
>> InstallationDate: Installed on 2013-08-02 (97 days ago)
>> InstallationMedia: Lubuntu 13.04 "Raring Ringtail" - Release i386
>> From your bug report:
>> InstallationDate: Installed on 2013-10-07 (0 days ago)
>> InstallationMedia: Lubuntu 13.10 "Saucy Salamander" - Beta i386 (20130925)
>> So the date is September, 25, 2013.
>> Now it'd be nice to include the report from trusty once I saw you added
>> the nasty #1236417 to the ISO tracker:
>> Just run ubuntu-bug lxpanel --save bug.txt and attach the file to the
>> bug report to help the devs:
>> My 2 cents...
>> If somebody else has/knows other ways, pls, share it. We'll be
>> enlightened :)
> A little off-topic but useful If you have reported bugs against
> Usually for my bug tracking I use a mail folder (filter) together with the
> Change the url with your launchpad username and be happy. :)
> More about tracking bugs that you might be interested: