Bug Squashing Week is going fantastically! So far, 25 people have actively participated this week by reporting new bugs, updating existing bugs with more info, updating bug tags, testing patches, submitting new patches, signing off on bugs, and committing code.
Kudos to Tiffany Little, Andrea Buntz Neiman, and Elaine Hardy for the nearly 300 bugs that they have updated with official tags or marked Won’t Fix because they were old bugs relating only to the XUL client. All of this work serves to greatly improve findability. There are 15 patches that were submitted this week with pullrequests for testing, so if anyone would like to test those, that would be great! (They are listed on the tracking spreadsheet below.) The tracking spreadsheet is at: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1x_sZcEaP62J42KcB03AUn1I1MSZQpPI5mF9r0Zrmhgo/edit?usp=sharing And if you haven’t participated yet this week, there are still two more days to get your name on the charts! :) Thanks, everyone! Terran McCanna, PINES Program Manager ------------------------------ Georgia Public Library Service | University System of Georgia 1800 Century Place NE Suite 580 l Atlanta, GA 30345 (404) 235-7138 | tmcca...@georgialibraries.org http://help.georgialibraries.org | h...@help.georgialibraries.org <https://www.facebook.com/georgialibraries> <https://www.twitter.com/georgialibs> Join our email list <http://georgialibraries.org> for stories of Georgia libraries making an impact in our communities.