Re: Please report skin bugs!

Of course. Makes sense. I'll file a bug. Thanks. J


From:  Lea Verou <>
Date:  Tuesday, July 9, 2013 10:19 AM
To:  julee <>
Cc:  WebPlatform Community <>
Subject:  Re: Please report skin bugs!

Hi Julee,

This is a feature request and it has been open because there are still
features in Doug¡¯s original proposal to be implemented (namely collapsing
behavior). If there's a bug with the TOC, it needs a separate *bug report*.
It¡¯s not just about me seeing it, but also about tracking progress. I.e. now
that you pointed to your comments I have seen them, but there¡¯s no way to
mark this as fixed without closing the original feature request.
In general, it¡¯s a bad idea to have bug reports with multiple issues in
them, for this exact reason (tracking progress).


Lea Verou
W3C developer relations ? ? @leaverou

On Jul 9, 2013, at 20:03, Julee <> wrote:

> Hi, Lea:
> I found a bug with the ToC. Because the ToC feature request was still open, I
> added a comment and screenshot on that issue.[1] Maybe I should just file a
> separate bug?
> What do you think?
> Julee
> [1]
> ----------------------------
> @adobejulee
> From:  Lea Verou <>
> Date:  Tuesday, July 9, 2013 9:20 AM
> To:  WebPlatform Community <>
> Subject:  Please report skin bugs!
> Hi there,
> Currently, there¡¯s an obvious disparity between our perception of the site and
> the bug tracker¡¯s perception of it. Even though we intuitively know there are
> many skin issues, there are only 2 open bug reports in the tracker [1] and
> they are pretty minor. Since I¡¯m using the bug tracker to decide what to work
> on, please please please report the skin bugs you find?
> Note that even skin bugs in the blog or bug tracker itself should be filed
> under Skin, with the right component.
> Thanks!
> [1]:
> Lea Verou
> W3C developer relations
> ? <>  ?
> @leaverou

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