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From Jörg Schmidt <>
Subject Re: A question about existing practices
Date Mon, 18 Mar 2013 11:03:47 GMT

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Oliver-Rainer Wittmann [] 
> Sent: Monday, March 18, 2013 11:41 AM
> To:
> Subject: Re: A question about existing practices
> Hi,
> sorry, for top-posting, but I have a general remark.
>  From my point of view the discussion on this thread went 
> into the wrong 
> direction.
> I think Jörg just mentioned issue 3959 as an _example_ for 
> feedback from 
> users regarding feature requests via Bugzilla votes. I also 
> think that 
> Jörg mentioned Bugzilla votes also only as an _example_ for 
> such kind of 
> user feedback.


What is important for me to say that when we make promise users (directly or indirectly) so
we have to deliver.

A vote button is an indirect promise (because why the user should vote, except that it has
the relevance).
Likewise, it is a promise that we BZ ever offer, because if we ask users to tell us problems,
we are also obliged to take care of their communications. (not legally, but morally)

It is not the problem of the user in evaluating old Votes Votes unlike new, because we have
no contract with the user, but it's about credibility, our credibility.


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