Linked by Eugenia Loli on Fri 18th Jan 2008 10:38 UTC, submitted by glyphobet
Ubuntu, Kubuntu, Xubuntu Glyphobet writes "I've largely stopped reporting bugs to Ubuntu because of the condescending and dismissive attitude from their developers. Until Ubuntu's bug management culture starts to change, people like me, who can actually help make Ubuntu better, will be less and less likely to contribute."
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What about this bug
by ScannerAssy on Fri 18th Jan 2008 16:31 UTC
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I agree with the author. As another example, let's talk about the wireless (wpa_supplicant ?) bug preventing you from connecting to any acces point with hidden SSID.
This one seems to be here from a long time.


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RE: What about this bug
by Invincible Cow on Fri 18th Jan 2008 17:24 in reply to "What about this bug"
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Hey, I can't connect at all. Bug reported in Ubuntu 5.x something and confirmed. In 7.10 it still is not fixed. Many people reported and confirmed it for several versions. On some releases just activating the card crashed Ubuntu.

The old reports seems to have "magically disappeared", but a new report confirms that rt2400 cards still does not work out of the box:

If you read Ubuntu's wiki, you find that cards with rt2400 chipsets are actually recommended. Several years have passed with this recommendation, and with new Ubuntu releases shipping defect drivers for it.

After reporting enough bugs that did not even get a reply, I thought that maybe if I simply did the work myself it would be quicker. Over 3 months after submitting a patch in gnome bugzilla, it still has status "unreviewed" and is not commented. I will of course not bother with writing more patches.

Edited 2008-01-18 17:27 UTC

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