Ticket #1050 (new enhancement)
inform user about exceptions, offer to file a bug report
|Reported by:||sascha_silbe||Owned by:||tomeu|
|Priority:||Unspecified by Maintainer||Milestone:||0.90|
|Component:||sugar||Version:||Git as of bugdate|
Uncaught exceptions (i.e. those that end up in the logs) are always a sign of a software bug. So at least for the Sugar shell, we should inform the user something bad has happened and how to report it back to us, in order to get it fixed.
Apport seems to do something similar. Haven't used it myself (neither as a developer nor as a user), though . I'm not proposing to use it, BTW, just presenting prior art for comparison.
Gnome Bug Buddy probably is closer to what we want.