Talk:Development/Really basic missing features and enhancements

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All this stuff belongs in Bugzilla. If something is not yet there, please add it. After 1 month I will add a deletion request for this page. Beluga (talk) 2017-05-10T08:50:21 (UTC)

I disagree with deleting this page. Bugzilla is not a space for ordinary users (like me) to poke around looking for missing features, the wiki is. I came here to find out how to accomplish a task, and thanks to this page I discovered it is not possible with the current software. Syncing this list with bugzilla, and it looks like that has at least partially happened, would be the best solution. Blanket deleting it from the wiki would be bad, IMHO. Jentron256 (talk) 2017-07-10T21:38:41 (UTC)
The point of this page historically was apparently to point out some "pet issues" in the hope of developers implementing them. This is really and absolutely the job of Bugzilla. What you are looking for is this: Feature Comparison: LibreOffice - Microsoft Office --Beluga (talk) 2017-07-11T07:26:01 (UTC)
Shouldn't this page just be deleted to make sure there's no confusion? --Kerwyn (talk) 2017-11-09T20:23:28 (UTC)
Yes and I added a deletion request on 2017-06-10, but K-j removed it on 2017-09-18 --Beluga (talk) 2017-11-10T10:40:37 (UTC)
Well, actually I have to say that KJ is right in this case. Bugzilla is full on many (more or less) good reports, but many are not "critical". Even the listed "bugs" are not assigned as highly needed in bugzilla (because of the workflow). in the end I find the solution of keeping this page as "historical, only pet bugs" as a really nice solution. Dennis Roczek (talk) 2017-11-11T01:14:18 (UTC)
I believe that this page should remain. In the Linux community, the following similar page is often referenced and has the same function as this one: Major Linux Problems on the Desktop. Pet bugs are sometimes small edge cases. This page does not show small pet bugs; they are major blockers for many potential users and these needs to be listed. Bugzilla is a bad tool because one cannot change the description to reflect the latest status. This page is more easy to manage. --Deragon (talk) 2018-01-03T23:47:25 (UTC)