We have instituted GNUe DCL to do our internal project management and bug tracking. As part of this, we have setup email accounts so that you can easily e-mail bug reports and feature requests to the developers!
The following lists are by product to submit bug reports/feature requests:
firstname.lastname@example.org : GNUe Forms
email@example.com : GNUe Designer
firstname.lastname@example.org : GNUe Reports
email@example.com : GNU-RPC (GNUe Common)
firstname.lastname@example.org : Double Chocco Latte
email@example.com : GNUe Application Server
firstname.lastname@example.org : GNUe Integrator
email@example.com : GNUe Documentation
firstname.lastname@example.org : GNUe web site and administration
email@example.com : GNUe configuration
firstname.lastname@example.org : GNUe Document Storage
Note until packages are in a more final stage we will not have them setup in DCL - as soon as they are set up in DCL, we will make them available to take tickets via the e-mail gateway.
Also note you can view tickets and work orders online at https://www.gnuenterprise.org/dclgw/. Log in using user: guest password : guest. In the near future, we will let people create accounts online. Until then, if you wish to have an account, please e-mail email@example.com to request one.
We willingly accept patches - you can include them as attatchments to
e-mails sent to the above addresses. For preference, our preferred format
for patches is the output produced by
diff -Naur rather than
cvs diff -c. (This is because it is less likely to break things
if CVS has been updated between your last CVS update and us applying the
Note that, except for fixing typos or other 'obvious' patches, we will need Copyright Assignment for any patches you send.