Bug reporting is an important step to improve the quality and stability of Blender. However, it can be a bit intimidating at first if you think you found a bug and don't know what to do next. The Blender bug tracker website is not necessarily the most exciting and inviting place to be. But doing proper bug reports is an important skill every Blender user should have. This video tries to walk you through the steps that you need to take in order to do a proper bug report. It's certainly not exciting, but maybe it can help to make it easier for you to report your very own first bug. And I can tell you, it's a great feeling if you find something in Blender that you think doesn't work as it should, report it, and get a message from the developers that you found something that is actually broken. Usually they fix it within few days, sometimes even hours.
But please, only report things that really are broken. The bug tracker is not a place for feature requests. :)
UPDATE: The bug was indeed fixed in SVN just 12 hours later :)
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