You mean that thing that tells you something broke, offers to file a report, ONLY AFTER telling you that you need to _CAREFULLY_ read through undecipherable textlike content for your passwords, and when you get to the end, finally tells you that "it has to install more debugging information and you have to do that again"
Fast forward 15 minutes of dependency solving, and some installing&downloading while everything is unresponsive, and it will ask you for a loginname & password.
If you do not have that, Well, what gives, It gives you a homepage for bugzilla. At bugzilla you feed it your email addres. that's it.
Then you check your mail, impatiently. After a while, up to hours ( graylisting and other things can interfere here) you get a link to click.
Once you click the link, you get a password assigned to you, (mailed to your inbox, I think?). then you have to reset the password, because bugzilla doesn't like cleartext passwords much.
And then, finally! you can fill in the username&password into abrt.
And realise that you closed the windows cause they were in your way, and have to redo it all from start.
Do you Really think this is in the slightest an improvement? If so, I have a byzantian buerocrazy that needs your support over near the IRS.