Felix Miata wrote on 2014-09-22 00:22 (GMT-0400):
Richard Brown wrote on 2014-09-21 21:47 (GMT+0200):
The most important page that needs changing is https://en.opensuse.org/openSUSE:Submitting_bug_reports
I'm working on this ATM.
All that tiny gray text was too taxing to continue to complete satisfaction. It wore my eyes out. It surely could use improvement, but it's better now than it was for sure.
There were two instances of novell.com I did not change, one for a bug owner email address (email@example.com), the other the link for SLED/SLES beta bug searches.
I eliminated references to officially unsupported releases, except for 11.4.
In the Greasemonkey section I replaced, which may mean that instruction won't work. I don't use Greasemonkey.
Wanting to keep mention of existence of one Evergreen in the page, I didn't look to see the exact date official 11.4 Evergreen support ended and only noted month and year in the support ended note.
Several instances of special instructions for bug reporting were pointing to non-existent pages, which show up in red. I mostly left them as-is, e.g. Novell GroupWise. I added one for Dracut. The one for SaX2 I changed to SaX3. Zenworks I removed.
Net changes to page -3,953 bytes. Link to complete changes as usual is on the page.
http://bugzilla.opensuse.org/show_bug.cgi?id=753203 may deserve an update by a disinterested observer, but it's locked except to reporter (me) and Novell people.
https://en.opensuse.org/openSUSE:Bug_reporting_FAQ I've not touched. I don't know if or when I might.
Off-topic: The bugzilla.opensuse.org theme's white on green for buttons, and green on white for links is painfully low in contast. The Wiki is only slightly better, using ever so slightly darker green.
That inherited confounding automatic log you out at every opportunity attachmate horror remains a usability obstacle with no equal AFAIK among Gnu/Linux-related bug trackers.