"3" Golden Rules for Bug Reports
A common problem with bug reports, according to developers, is that they are often too vague to be helpful. This can frustrate both reporters and developers, and damage an otherwise productive and positive scenario.
If a report is vague, it becomes extremely hard to fix. Why? Because the developer may not be able understand what was going on (from the vague description) and is very unlikely to be able to duplicate the behavior.
Thankfully it is extremely easy to prevent this from happening -- we just need to make your sure our bug reports answer three simple questions:
- What did I do?