On Mon, 2014-07-14 at 11:38 -0400, Christian Schaller wrote:
Well as annoying abrt can be I think nothing ruins the user
crashers, so if abrt helps us fix more crashers/the most important
think that improvement in user experience probably outweighs the
I think it is a thing we really want to have, since it helps find
crashes and that's very important, but it's just not ready for general
users. Even if you're OK with the extremely long waits, they usually end
in an emergency report, and before the emergency reports started they
would usually end with a notice that the crash cannot be reported. I'm
actually confused how users are managing to report any bugs at all -- it
just *doesn't work* at least for me. I'm not objecting to the theory
behind ABRT, just the current implementation. If it gets dropped, I
would happily welcome it back once these issues are resolved.
P.S. If memory serves, and it might not, I think ABRT may have been
faster and much more reliable in the past. I don't remember being
annoyed with it when I started using Fedora (F18 era).