On 4/11/19 9:02 AM, Marcel [via jogamp] wrote:
> Hello Sven,
> yes, sorry for the hastily typed description. I will gladly do that.
Please don't see it as a critic to you specifically.
Just a thought which occurred, how we could create
a nice template to describe these complicated issues.
Here is a similar difficult issue, Phil produced
a great report combined with debug logs:
Here Christian reported one issue with the resolution
He might have also just created a patch, but left it
open for me to choose :)
It surely is a science to properly communicate issues,
so the fix can be most efficient.
The balance of who spends time on which side,
reporting and/or fixing.
In the end it is a collaborative effort of course.
Once reporters were able to produce a unit test
w/ a pull request or git patch, we might even see
them producing the solution/fix ...
But I am just mumbling loud.
Happy that I have seen so many high quality bug reports
lately, which allowed me to produce a fix rather fast.
And yes, pull requests also have been sent.
In a way - on a relative small scale,
the open source model has been proven: Patches have been made.
To all of you: Thank you.