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Patrick Brosset

Mar 7, 2016, 7:29:19 AM3/7/16
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Hi devtoolers,

I realized today that over on our wiki [1] we still advertise uservoice [2]
as being the preferred way for people to suggest new feature ideas:

If you have an idea for a new feature (or want to see what ideas have been
> submitted so far and their status), you can propose it on uservoice
> <>.

Are we still actively reviewing ideas posted on uservoice? Shouldn't we
change to bugzilla instead?




Mar 7, 2016, 9:32:22 AM3/7/16
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[1] and [2] they are the same link.
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Patrick Brosset

Mar 7, 2016, 9:55:41 AM3/7/16
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Sorry about this.
[2] should be
Thanks for letting me know.

Jason Laster

Mar 7, 2016, 10:35:27 AM3/7/16
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Hey, it's worth noting that the chrome DevTools will be setting up a
uservoice account for feature requests. Also, I believe Edge recently
created one too.

Jeff Griffiths

Mar 7, 2016, 3:30:06 PM3/7/16
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>From my perspective while Uservoice was initially somewhat useful, it's now
next to useless, is a source of hateful spam, and is far too expensive to
justify the cost. I've been meaning to shut it down.

What I think we should do instead is point people either at this mailing
list ( eg the google group ) or a sub-forum of Mozilla's community
discourse instance:

$0.02, Jeff

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