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This area is dedicated to bug management in Mandriva Linux. Here you can find information on the Mandriva Linux bug tracking system, advice on how best to report bugs in Mandriva Linux, and policies covering the process of bug management: the work of the Bug Squad and the work of developers.
Bug tracking in Mandriva Linux is handled via the Bugzilla system. The Mandriva Bugzilla is located at http://qa.mandriva.com. All bug reports regarding Mandriva Linux should be filed there. The Mandriva Bugzilla system currently uses its own user accounts: you cannot use your my.mandriva account to sign in to Bugzilla. You must register for an account on the Bugzilla system to file bugs.
Please see the Bugzilla Howto page for instructions on how to report bugs in Mandriva Linux.
The Bug Squad is a team of volunteers who help with bug triaging, monitoring and maintenance. The Bug Squad page includes information on Bug Squad members, instructions on volunteering for the Bug Squad, and some useful guides and information for Bug Squad members.
The Bug Policy sets out the process for resolving bugs in Mandriva Linux. It sets out the tasks and responsibilities of the bug reporter, the Bug Squad, and the package maintainer for any given issue.
The Bug Squad aims to generate and publish regular statistical reports covering various angles on the bug management process. The Monitoring page will contain information on the monitoring process, the utilities used, and the reports themselves. We are currently working on the system and tools necessary to this task: help is welcome, please contact the mailing list.