Hi Terran,

I would plan to participate in an official Bug Squashing week were it to
happen, but am fine with it not happening, too. One doesn't need an
official reason to squash bugs ☺

It must be a lot of work on your end, and there certainly is a lot of
activity already, especially with the web client bugs. But having an
official bug squashing week might motivate users who aren't already engaged
in squashing and feedback to focus on bugs.


Michele M. Morgan, Technical Support Analyst
North of Boston Library Exchange, Danvers Massachusetts

On Wed, Jun 7, 2017 at 1:26 PM, Terran McCanna <
tmcca...@georgialibraries.org> wrote:

> Hi everyone,
> I had planned for a bug squashing week for June 19-23, but since the web
> client bug squashing has been so intensive lately and since Galen recently
> had a web client feedback fest and then has another one scheduled for
> August 7-11, I wonder if this June session is overkill.
> Please respond to me off-list if you would plan to participate if I go
> forward with it.
> Thank you!
> Terran McCanna
> PINES Program Manager
> Georgia Public Library Service
> 1800 Century Place, Suite 150
> Atlanta, GA 30345
> 404-235-7138 <(404)%20235-7138>
> tmcca...@georgialibraries.org

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