Note: I clarified the text a bit due to the input.
So I wanted to submit a small patch to Parrot. Where do I start? Possibly its Bug Tracker. However, there isn't any link there on how to post bugs. None whatsoever. Not even a link to an explanation. None.
So I had to ask the #parrot channel. They referred me to this document. After reading it, it said to prepare the patch, and send it to "parrotbug at parrotcode dot org" (a spam-obfuscated email "address" of email@example.com, which is the address for sending patches to parrot). However, since I could not press the link in my browser to invoke the email client (or right-click+copied it), I had to type it from memory. So I typed it as firstname.lastname@example.org which is the incorrect address. I received a bounce which I didn't notice, and naturally the mail did not arrive there.
Eventually, after the patch recipient complained that the email did not arrive, I sent it again (using my mailer's "Send Again" feature) while CCing her. She received the email with the patch, but the patch was still not registered in the issue tracker, because it was still sent to the wrong address.
I see several usability problems here:
I hope both these issues will be corrected.