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Denise ([staff profile] denise) wrote2012-02-05 12:38 am
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kind of awesome

This week, we resolved the last outstanding single-digit bug.

(Bug 8: Add ability to subscribe to a particular user's posts to a community; patched by [personal profile] sophie.)

We have 25 remaining double-digit bugs, some of which are metabugs/admin bugs that won't/can't be resolved and most of which are really involved epic projects I logged into Bugzilla off my initial "shit I'd love to do someday but probably we won't get to for a while" list I was keeping back during the initial brainstorming phase -- and I'm sure some of them could probably be closed now because they don't mesh with the direction the site developed, but I haven't been through Bugzilla on a "close bugs that are no longer relevant" run in a while -- but we now officially have knocked out all the single-digit bugs. I think this is very nifty. :)

Also of the nifty: we have 3369 bugs RESOLVED since we started using Bugzilla as a bugtracker in mid-January of 2009 (before then it was all just in our heads and in a few spreadsheets while we figured out how we wanted to set up bug tracking); we have 2975 bugs RESOLVED/FIXED. (The difference being: any time a bug is closed at all, it's counted as RESOLVED; RESOLVED/FIXED is for things where we explicitly made a change, while the others include such statuses as DUPLICATE, LATER, WONTFIX, and INVALID.) Some of those were massive sweeping changes; some of them were one-line fixes. I love every single one of them, because it means we're constantly trying to make things better. :)
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[personal profile] whitescarab 2012-02-05 10:41 pm (UTC)(link)
Y'all are just plain amazing! This work you do, and this reporting and being transparent? This is why more and more people love this sight, and you, the staff that work here. Not just the nifty bells and whistles, but the never ending awesome business you do, and the way you do it.

Thank you for making a site that is a sheer pleasure to belong to!
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[personal profile] xenacryst 2012-02-06 05:07 am (UTC)(link)
You? Rock. And by you, I mean not only you yourself, but the entire Dreamwidth crew. Every last one of you, founders, staff, volunteers, coders, everyone. You rock.
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[personal profile] green_knight 2012-02-07 11:20 pm (UTC)(link)
Awesome. (And I haven't forgotten my assignment, I just got completely swamped by paying work. Will make time before the end of the week (23.59 on sunday, UK time).
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[personal profile] cesy 2012-02-17 12:26 pm (UTC)(link)
That's pretty awesome. For comparison, AO3 has no single-digit bugs and 8 double-digit bugs currently. But we were a little less organised about putting the big things in first. The ones left include "Import stories from Google Docs" and "Logging and versioning", though.