KDE bug tracking system main contents page

The K Desktop Environment has a bug tracking system which files details of bugs reported by users and developers. Each bug is given a number, and is kept on file until it is marked as having been dealt with.

Documentation about the bug tracking system

Reviewing bug reports on the WWW

Each closed bug report is expired from these logs 28 days after the last message relating to it is received and filed.

Find a bug report by reference number

`Not found' means that the bug was closed and expired or never existed, or that this mirror has not yet recorded that bug - see also the timestamp page.

Find a bug report by package

`Not found' means that that package does not exist or does not have any outstanding or recently closed bug reports.

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Stephan Kulow / owner@bugs.kde.org. 21 Feb 1999.

Debian bug tracking system copyright 1994-1997 Ian Jackson, copyright 1997 nCipher Corporation Ltd, copyright 1995 Steven Brenner. Available under the GPL.