Thanks for creating the issue.
Well, usually when I want to report a bug: I go to the issue tracker, create an account, and report it.
Here I did the same, when I tried to create an account I couldn’t create for openfire. I after read that I had to post on the forum (OK, that’s my fault: I should have read all the page before).
So I had to create an other account here, which looks like a social network and ask for many informations (IMHO only an email should be necessary, to avoid spam and be notified of bug evolution). Ok, for sure I don’t have to answer everything…
After I don’t know where I should post: I don’t understand the interface, and I don’t want to loose too much time with it cause I’m not interested in anything else than reporting the bug.
When I try to create a new post, I have many choices, I choose “discussion” but I only see “private discussion” which is not what I want.
I finally found a way to go to openfire-dev, but should I write in openfire-dev or openfire support ? Ok, all of this is maybe obvious for you, but remember it’s the first time I use this interface, and I’m only interested in reporting the bug (and maybe help to fix it).
I finally have a form for my post (which hopefully will go to the right place), but the script seems to catch my right click, which is really annoying to paste the code.
So it seems a bit too complicated for something which should not take more than a couple a minutes, including creating account.
It’s maybe just because I’m used to the bugzilla/create account/report workflow (after all, lot of people are lost with bugzilla),
Anyway, I’ll know how to do the next time