Re: Why there are so many known problems not fixed in Ubuntu?
You need to get the bug fix approved for implementation first. If it's denied, it may not show up on the bug reports, or threads linked to them.
Have you seen these issues on the brainstorm site? Also note that Linux itself is not a profit organization; nor, do I believe, is Canonical. They may make profits on some things though.
However, Epiphany, being part of the GNOME Project, is handled by the gnome project. If you wish to report something gnome-specific, straight to the people who own the software, or made the code, you must go to the gnome bugzilla; not ubuntu's forums, or ubuntu's launchpad, but gnome's bugzilla. Yes, there is one; GNOME doesn't track bugs via Launchpad (Nor does XFCE for that matter, nor Midori (twotoasts.de))
It's because of this, that the bugs may not be resolved. People think they have to report it here, not there.
Last edited by Lucradia; February 25th, 2011 at 10:23 AM.
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