Bram Moolenaar wrote:
> Dennis Benzinger wrote:
>> Am 01.05.2009 15:55, Bram Moolenaar schrieb:
>>> Manfred Lotz wrote:
>>>> Sorry for posting here, but I don't know whom to tell.
>>>> When searching for scripts I get a result page like this:
>>>> Now, when clicking on 'next' I get this:
>>>> which obviously is an error.
>>> Thanks for reporthing this. It's fixed now.
>> This problem has been reported on the vimonline bug tracker
>> some time ago. Is this bug tracker and the other trackers at
>> http://sourceforge.net/tracker/?group_id=27891 still used? It seems like
>> they aren't. Could they be closed? I suggest to put a message there that
>> recommends to post problems to vim_use.
> I never look there. I'm not even a member of that project.
> Let me send a copy to Scott Johnston.
> *If you have questions about the vim editor, please use the vim
> mailing list <http://vim.sourceforge.net/community.php>. Not vimonline
> If you have feedback on the site feel free to contact
> *vimonline-support at lists.sourceforge.net* directly at *scrott at
> users.sourceforge.net* and *jmorace at users.sourceforge.net*. Be sure
> to check the current feature requests
> before suggesting a feature. You can also check out the current vim
> online bugs
> as well. I try and keep all the feature requests and bugs in the
> sourceforge trackers. For more details you can check out the vimonline
> development site <http://vimonline.sf.net>.
So my understanding of this is: if you've found a bug with the
vim.sf.net site (ie. vim online), use the bugs link above.
I think Manfred Lotz's bug definitely qualifies as such a bug.
Its not intended to be used to report bugs with vim, not that there
aren't those who have done so anyway.
Now, as to whether or not Scott is paying any attention these days to
that bug tracker, I don't know.
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