Thanks, that was one of the places I started but when the first bullet says:
Get a Launchpad account , as all bugs are tracked there. Phabricator has a bug tracker, but we use it only for tracking development tasks rather than collecting bug data.
It looks like it’s saying DONT use this to report bugs, it’s for internal use. You also refer to “Phabricator” like that should mean something. It may be what you eat for breakfast every day but it means nothing to a new lubuntu user. Since this items seems to be what NOT to do , I wonder why it is the top of the list.
Who / what is Phabricator?
Get a Launchpad account , as all bugs are tracked there.
It says all bugs are tracked on launghpad but instead of providing useful link to where I can find lubuntu bug report entry for lubuntu, I get a link to new account ( which I already have ) and when I log in I’m no nearer to lubuntu bugs than anything else.
If I login to launchpad, search lubuntu and click on the “bugs” tag I see this:
Lubuntu does not use Launchpad for bug tracking.
Sadly it does not tell how they DO track bugs.
You may like to review that wiki content and try to view it from POV of a basic lubuntu user who is looking for guidance on where to go , rather than from the POV of a seasoned developer who already knows where everything is and how it works.
It totally confused me so far.
BTW, I’ve been using Linux for about 15y on various distros, it’s not the first time I’ve tried to open a bug report.