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  • springframework website could do with a prominent 'bugs' link/page

    Hi -

    I was trying to work out where to discuss a bug (in springmodules as it happened) - ie. discuss in mailing list (users, or dev?) post in the forum ? or post directly to JIRA*

    anyway, I then (after posting on the users list and then in the forum) saw the useful notice on the architecture discussion forum:

    If you have a specific problem with a particular Spring API, use a support forum instead. If you are pretty sure you have found a Spring bug, file a bug report in JIRA instead.
    eclipse.org has the very useful and prominent bugs link / page, describing what you ought to do if you think you have a bug in eclipse and a link to its bugzilla etc. It would be helpful for http://www.springframework.org/ to have a recommended process on such a page, with links

    EDIT: just noticed that I posted an similar thread two years ago! http://forum.spring.io/node/6132

    BTW: try doing a google search on jira+springmodules - or jira+spring-modules - no dice - of course if you do jira+spring it's first up, but it's not necessarily that obvious that springmodules will be part of jira's spring
    Last edited by tdiggins; Dec 14th, 2007, 03:49 AM. Reason: just noticed that I had already posted before on this

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    File a JIRA enhancement request against the web site. IIRC it's Ben Hale who picks those up and puts them into effect. That's what I did to get the descriptions of the different downloads put up on the download page. Good luck!

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