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Re: Searching for small Bug Tracking System

On Wed, 24 Feb 2010 15:30:22 +0100
Michelle Konzack <linux4michelle@tamay-dogan.net> wrote:

> Am 2010-02-24 09:00:40, schrieb Celejar:
> > and I've never heard of the problems you claim.  Can you provide bug
> > reports?  Corroborating documentation?
> For what?  Nobody is interested into!  And if you think, I use this crap
> of Mozilla-Forum to post bugs, forget it.  Reporting bugs per web is the
> last crap.  If you do not use your account, 6 month later  your  account
> is closed.  NO THANKS!
> Note:   I have posted it on <debian-user-german> and I had to remove ANY
>         sqlite fliles before Iceweasel accepted to start correctly. Also
>         Iceweasel was not more able to read it own  JSON  files.  So  if
>         this crashs you lost all you bookmarks, history and whatelse  at
>         once.  Nice if people know
>             user_pref("browser.bookmarks.autoExportHTML", true);
> Is there a commandine to for this JSON crap?  I have found nothing.
> Also I was not even able to read the sqlite database files.
> This mean, you can not backup anything, except 1100 MByte of  JSON   and
> SQLITE files from 4 profiles.
> OpenSource is in the begining to become annoying!
> OpenOffice, Firefox and Pidgin tansforming itself into the last crap.

You seem to be a bit confused.  Your original message stated that
SQLite was unusable for serious projects, since its databases are
easily corrupted.  As evidence, you offered your (as yet undocumented
and unreproducible) experiences with FF.  When I asked you about bug
reports, you responded with this rant about your dislike of the Mozilla
BTS and the poor quality of FF and certain other OSS projects.

Now, if the problem is a FF one, than that is obviously not something
that can be laid at the door of SQLite, and conversely, if it's
actually a very serious defect of SQLite, than you really need to
report it against SQLite, not with the Mozilla BTS.

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