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[CM7] Nightlys - No Bug Reports, No Other threads, No Official support

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23rd June 2011, 06:53 AM   |  #1  
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Given the recent explosion of nightly users, there is a need for a place to discuss them, and/or ask if other users are having similar issues as you...this is that place
  1. DO NOT: Post to the bug tracker
  2. DO NOT: Open another thread (Please)
  3. DO NOT: Think of this as official forum support; this thread will be strictly user to user support. Don't expect CM-dev help.
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23rd June 2011, 07:45 AM   |  #2  
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You said "ask if other users are having similar issues as you".
If someone reported a bug. Then there would be no need to ask.
So why cant bugs be reported? It could inform a user not to go to
the latest nightly if there is a issue they dont like.
23rd June 2011, 01:16 PM   |  #3  
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Originally Posted by haggardh

You said "ask if other users are having similar issues as you".
If someone reported a bug. Then there would be no need to ask.
So why cant bugs be reported? It could inform a user not to go to
the latest nightly if there is a issue they dont like.

Nightly builds are published test builds and unsupported. They always have been. They are experimental, volatile and too many issues come and go to be clogging up the bug tracker (intended for releases) with them. These are NOT primarily for users; they are to test the build process and for developers and device maintainers to evaluate. They are shared with users under these conditions, so you can use them or not, but issues with nightly builds are categorically rejected in the bug tracker. Hence; threads like this.
23rd June 2011, 04:11 PM   |  #4  
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moderators: please close this thread - I posted in the wrong aria.
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