The GWT project maintains a public issue tracker where you can report bugs and request features for GWT.
One of the best ways you can help us improve GWT is to let us know about any problems you find with it.
Here's how to report issues:
To see what happens to your issue once you report it, keep reading.
Here's the Life of an Issue, in a nutshell:
The following tables provide detail on all issue status types.
|New||Issue has not had initial review yet|
|Accepted||Problem reproduced / Need acknowledged|
|Started||Work on this issue has begun|
|PatchesWelcome||Confirmed and triaged, but not assigned. Feel free to submit patches for review.|
|ReviewPending||Commit gated by code review|
|FixedNotReleased||Fixed in an as-yet-unreleased version of GWT|
|NeedsInfo||Additional information is required from submitter|
|Fixed||Fixed in current release of GWT|
|NotPlanned||No current plans to address this issue|
|Invalid||This was not a valid issue report (e.g. illegible, spam, does not describe a real issue)|
|AssumedStale||Assumed (perhaps incorrectly) to no longer be a problem; please reconfirm with latest release|
|AsDesigned||The feature is behaving as intended|
|KnownQuirk||Not denying it's a real issue, but likely a browser quirk beyond our control to fix efficiently|
|Duplicate||This report duplicates an existing issue|
|CannotReproduce||The issue could not be reproduced based on the report|
The states and lifecycle above are how we generally try to track software. However, GWT contains a lot of software and gets a correspondingly large number of issues. As a result, sometimes issues don't make it through all the states in a formal progression. We do try to keep the system up to date, but we tend to do so in periodic "issue sweeps" where we review the database and make updates.
Occasionally, we make tweaks to the list of issue states and the lifecycle described above. When we do this, we'll update this page as well.