What’s your feedback about Bugzilla 3.2?
As most of you know, Bugzilla 3.2rc1 is available for download since August 12 and bugzilla.mozilla.org upgraded to this version two weeks later, last Thursday. As I wrote in my last blog, b.m.o is not the first major installation to upgrade to 3.2rc1, so now seems a good time to get some feedback from people using this version of Bugzilla to know what’s their feeling with it, both about its UI and about its usability and new features. Mozilla folk reported a pretty large number of bugs, usability regressions, and complains, but as someone told me, they didn’t file bugs for things they like. So I thought this blog would be a better place to get your feedback, both positive and (highly?) negative, to get a better picture of what people think before releasing the final version of Bugzilla 3.2.
Note that this feedback can come from everybody using Bugzilla 3.2rc1 (or 3.1.4+), such as users of RedHat’s Bugzilla or OpenSSH’s Bugzilla, or even from smaller installations which already upgraded to this version. The wider the audience, the better.