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The Fedora Packages Web Application lists the bug reports for Gnome software at https://bugz.fedoraproject.org/gnome-software.
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As can be seen in the image, the https://apps.fedoraproject.org/packages/[Fedora Packages Web application] also gives other information about a package.
*Finding the name of the package*: If you do not know the formal package name of the software, you can use the https://apps.fedoraproject.org/packages/[Fedora Packages Web Application] to search for it and view the list of bugs there.
Searching the Fedora Packages Web Application for Gnome Software.
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*Advanced searching*: You can also use the https://bugzilla.redhat.com/query.cgi[advanced search features of the bug tracker] to narrow down your search.
However, this is not necessary.
If a bug report has already been filed describing the issue, you should provide any extra information you may have. If there is nothing more to add to the report, you should "CC" (carbon-copy) yourself to the report to receive any updates. This can be done by clicking on the "Save changes" button when the "Add me to CC list" option is checked as shown below:
The CC list contains all users that should be notified when any updates are made to the report.
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Filing a bug report
Step 0: Create a Bugzilla account
*Use your Fedora account*: You can use your https://accounts.fedoraproject.org/[Fedora account] to sign into Bugzilla.
This is preferred, since your Fedora account can also be used to log into all other Fedora services.
Bugs are filed on https://bugzilla.redhat.com[Fedora's bugzilla instance], and you must have an account there to file bugs or interact with them. An account requires a valid e-mail address and can be created https://accounts.fedoraproject.org/[here] (click "Register"). The bug tracker will only send e-mail notifications about bugs that a user is involved in. No other e-mails will be sent.
Step 1: Filing a new bug
If a bug report for the particular issue has not already been filed, you should file a new one. The easiest way to file a new report is using the "File a new bug" drop down from the right hand side bar in the https://apps.fedoraproject.org/packages/[Fedora Packages Web application].
The Fedora Packages Web Application provides a convenient shortcut to file new bugs.
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This redirects to a new bug report template on the bug tracker. The image below shows a new bug template:
A new bug report template.