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The major difference between info-gnus-english/gnu.emacs.gnus and info-gnus is the official language. There is no need to subscribe to info-gnus if you cannot read messages written in Japanese since most discussions and important announcements will be sent to info-gnus-english.
If you find a bug, it is important to report it and to report it in a way which is useful. If it is a bug of a lisp program, what is the most useful is an exact backtrace information of the lisp program with the version number of GNUS that you are using.
To make the backtrace information, you must set the Emacs variable
t before the error happens. A backtrace
obtained from a byte-compiled lisp program is not usually
understandable. To make a human readable backtrace, load the source
program which is not byte-compiled yet and then produce the
See Info file `emacs', node `Bugs', for more information.