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General feedback related to the community site should be raised on the Community Help and Support [http://projects.forum.nokia.com/HelpAndSupport/discussion/forum/1 discussion board]. Feedback might include defects (e.g. wiki syntax that doesn't work), suggestions for improvement including new extensions or functionality, navigation issues, or just "things you like and would like to see more of".
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{{Abstract|visible=false|This help topic explains how you can provide feedback, suggest improvements, and raise defects against any part of the community site}}
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General feedback related to the community site, including the wiki, should be raised on the [http://developer.nokia.com/Community/Discussion/forumdisplay.php/166-Feedback-Nokia-Developer-Services-amp-Infrastructure Feedback discussion board]. Feedback might include defects (e.g. wiki syntax that doesn't work), suggestions for improvement (e.g. new extensions or functionality), navigation issues, or just "things you like and would like to see more of".
  
Following discussion, defects or enhancements may then be posted as [http://projects.forum.nokia.com/HelpAndSupport/query tickets]. Note that we don't promise to fix any particular issue, but we will be part of the discussion and ensure that suggestions are considered. In either case, you will be able to easily track the progress of your issue.
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Note that we don't promise to fix any particular issue, but we will be part of the discussion and ensure that feedback is considered.  
  
 
Discussions related to a specific article should be added to article itself (using the "Comment" tab associated with the page). Please keep comments constructive and impersonal ("I think the article is great but you could make this change" is fine, but "I think you're great and would like to meet you" could be considered stalking!
 
Discussions related to a specific article should be added to article itself (using the "Comment" tab associated with the page). Please keep comments constructive and impersonal ("I think the article is great but you could make this change" is fine, but "I think you're great and would like to meet you" could be considered stalking!
{{Note|The exception is if the article in question has been protected against editing or commenting. In this case you can raise the issue in the community discussion board.}}
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{{Note|The exception is if the article in question has been protected against editing or commenting. In this case you can raise the issue in the feedback board too.}}
 
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Latest revision as of 06:49, 1 October 2013


General feedback related to the community site, including the wiki, should be raised on the Feedback discussion board. Feedback might include defects (e.g. wiki syntax that doesn't work), suggestions for improvement (e.g. new extensions or functionality), navigation issues, or just "things you like and would like to see more of".

Note that we don't promise to fix any particular issue, but we will be part of the discussion and ensure that feedback is considered.

Discussions related to a specific article should be added to article itself (using the "Comment" tab associated with the page). Please keep comments constructive and impersonal ("I think the article is great but you could make this change" is fine, but "I think you're great and would like to meet you" could be considered stalking!

Note.pngNote: The exception is if the article in question has been protected against editing or commenting. In this case you can raise the issue in the feedback board too.

 

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