I'm excited to inform you that the days when developers were struggling to find Public SUSE Linux Enterprise * Bugzilla products where all bugs are by default visible to the community are finally over. Public SLE products can be now seen in the default "Enter new bug" dialog at bugzilla.opensuse.org.
Just to give you a bit of context and information about timing:
The recent change of Bug reporting *policy has introduced larger utilization of these PUBLIC products in openSUSE Leap. Effectively bugs against all Leap packages inherited from SLE should be reported in these PUBLIC SLE Products.
We believe that this effort will increase the transparency of what exactly is being fixed in the update for Leap. As in the past (I like how we can start saying it now) most of referenced bugs in patchinfo were simply created as non-public by default. We're not taking that option away, but rather identified spots where we can be "open" by default. Namely openQA and now All bugs coming from Leap and SLE Beta testers, that were not checked as private during creation.
Big thanks to Vincent Juraj, and the rest of the IT crew who participated in the change. There were some obstacles but I believe the change is good, and we should take this direction with future products as well.
 https://bugzilla.opensuse.org/enter_bug.cgi?classification=openSUSE  https://en.opensuse.org/openSUSE_talk:Submitting_bug_reports