bugzilla.mozilla.org (often abbreviated b.m.o) is Mozilla.org's bug-tracking system, a database for recording bugs and enhancement requests for Firefox, Thunderbird, SeaMonkey, Camino, and other mozilla.org projects.
Documentation about B.m.o.
- What to do and what not to do in Bugzilla
- Tips for how to use Bugzilla, as well as things you should avoid.
- Bugzilla etiquette
- A guide to etiquette; this guide will help you understand how best to conduct yourself on b.m.o. and how using proper manners and civility will help ensure your problem gets solved sooner rather than later.
- How to tell if a bug has already been reported
- It's useful (but not mandatory) for you to check if the problem you're reporting has been already tracked. This guide will help you do so.
- Quality assurance
- Documentation about quality assurance at Mozilla.
- Bug writing guidelines
- A guide to writing a good, understandable, bug that will be easily followed by the development team.
- How to submit a patch
- If you've fixed a bug, or have implemented a new feature, you'll need to get your patch into the tree so it can become part of the product. This guide will teach you how!
Getting help from the community
You need help on a CSS-related problem and can't find the solution in the documentation?
- Visit the b.m.o support site.
- Consult the quality forum, which covers all our quality assurance tools:
- Ask your question on the Mozilla IRC channel: #qa
- An Introduction to Bugzilla
- Bugzilla for humans
- Bugzilla QuickSearch help page. QuickSearch is a quick, easy, and very effective way of quickly querying bugzilla.
- Testopia - test case management extension
- bugzilla.org - the project site
- wikipedia:Bugzilla - general description of Bugzilla (not specific to Mozilla projects)
- Bugzilla Todos lists review and flag requests, patches to check in, unfulfilled requests you made of other people, and assigned bugs.