Michael Skiba email@example.com writes:
Ok so basicly you're saying that we should report typos in bugzilla (makes sense, since it minimizes the risk of getting lost also everything is in one place).
Yes, that's it.
Is there anything we can do to make the process more streamline?
Sending patches to the maintainers would probably also ok. But then, you would be on your own to figure out all the needed background info (who is the maintainer, where is the repo, etc.).
What's with the component tag in bugzilla? YaST-Modules all belong in YaST I guess, but where do I file webyast/lcn under? (btw. what does lcn actually stand for?)
Yes, for yast typos, please use the yast component. For the rest, use what might fit best and as fallback "other" or "translation". If you know the real maintainer, assign it to him. BTW, you can assign yast typo bugs directly to firstname.lastname@example.org (but only yast typo bugs, please).
lcn stands for "localization" (not invented by me).