There are several ways to report a bug, including the GRAMPS Bugs mailing list. You do not have to be a member of this lists to post.
However, the best way to report a bug is to use the GRAMPS Bug Tracker, see How to report bugs. This allows us to follow a formal method of tracking and resolving your report. Due to the high volume of email that the primary developers receive, there is always a chance that an email may slip through the cracks. Using the bug tracker will make sure that your issue will be handled.
Requesting an enhancement can be done either through the gramps-users or gramps-devel mailing lists, or by creating a feature item on the bug tracker. We would prefer that serious requests get submitted to the bug tracker. You switch to Project: Feature Requests on the top right head corner, and select Report Issue. Again, this allows us to formally track the request.
There are several mailing lists on various topics related to GRAMPS:
- gramps-announce (subscribe, archives)
- Announcements and general important news items. Very low traffic.
- gramps-users (subscribe, archives)
- Discussions on using GRAMPS. Medium traffic.
- gramps-bugs (subscribe, archives)
- Filing and tracking of bugs in the software. Low traffic
- gramps-windows (subscribe, archives)
- Issues specifically related to GRAMPS on Microsoft Windows. Medium traffic.
- gramps-devel (subscribe, archives)
- For issues relating to software development. Medium traffic.
If the Sourceforge site is too slow to your liking, use the copy of the mailing lists stored on nabble.com.
Please feel free to drop by on channel #gramps over at irc.freenode.net server. All users and developers are welcome!
A set of forums for the GRAMPS community used to be located at http://forum.gramps-project.org site. Due to spam attacks consuming most of our bandwidth, we have had to temporarily disable the forums.
Please, mail the Developers mailing list (subscribe first) with the wiki page containing the infringement, as well as the manner of infringement.