Reporting a bug in a part uses a concierge request?

#1

There was a bit of sloppy silkscreen drawing and some description and unit typos on a verified part I used on a board, so I forked it, fixed the problems and reported it. Hopefully I did this right, but it appears to have used a concierge credit. I’m happy to report bugs in the library, but not so much that I’ll pay for the privilege! A bug or have I reported it wrong?

#2

Hi arachsys,
we’ll investigate this issue, your part credit will be returned.
Thanks

#3

I’ve added more concierge requests to your account.

Flagging components should not count against your concierge credit.

Just to be sure, the part you flagged was https://upverter.com/part/id/a18ae7f05d0605e9/? Just want to be sure we’re looking at the right places when investigating this bug.

#4

Hi Stephen, yes, that’s the one.

When there’s an error in a part, the first thing I think to do is to edit it, make the correct fix for my own design.

Having done that, I can report a problem… but logically, I’m trying to report a bug in the original part (which I can no longer see/get at - or is there a way to do that?) to claim my fixed version is the correction rather than report a problem in my (now unverified) customised part.

That might be why it charged me, because it looked like I was requesting a correction in my own part rather than the library one?