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May 2018 Evergreen Bug Squashing Week

Dates: May 21-25, 2018

Activities

Many thanks to everyone who participated in Bug Squashing Week!

Stats

  • New Bugs Reported: 32
  • Bug Updates:: 231
  • Doc Updates:: 11
  • New Patches Submitted: 18
  • Patches Rebased/Updated: 9
  • Signoffs: 22
  • Patches Committed/Merged: 32

Sandboxes

Special thanks to Kathy Lussier, Blake Henderson, Cesar Velez, and Ben Shum for creating sandboxes for testing.

Participants

  • John Amundson
  • A. Bellenir
  • Jason Boyer
  • Christine Burns
  • Eva Cerninakova
  • Galen Charlton
  • Kate Coleman
  • Garry Collum
  • Dawn Dale
  • April Durrence
  • Jeff Davis
  • Nathan Eady
  • Bill Erickson
  • Lynn Floyd
  • Mary Jo Gleason
  • Anna Goben
  • Rogan Hamby
  • Elaine Hardy
  • Blake Henderson
  • Robert Jackson
  • Linda Jansova
  • Tina Ji
  • Mary Jinglewski
  • Joan Kranich
  • Kathy Lussier
  • Katie Greenleaf Martin
  • Alberto Martinez
  • Terran McCanna
  • John Merriam
  • Christine Morgan
  • Michele Morgan
  • Andrea Buntz Neiman
  • Sylvia Orner
  • Irene Patrick
  • Jennifer Pringle
  • Dale Rigney
  • Mike Rylander
  • Laura Sachjen
  • Geoff Sams
  • Jane Sandberg
  • Janet Schrader
  • Chris Sharp
  • Ben Shum
  • Pamela Smith
  • Remington Steed
  • Jason Stephenson
  • Meg Stroup
  • Scott Thomas
  • Cesar Velez
  • Dan Wells
  • Beth Willis
  • Jessica Woolford
  • John Yorio

Patch (New, Updated, Rebased, or Fix Committed) Authors

  • A. Bellenir
  • Jason Boyer
  • Galen Charlton
  • Garry Collum
  • Jeff Davis
  • Lynn Floyd
  • Bill Erickson
  • Rogan Hamby
  • Kyle Huckins
  • Kathy Lussier
  • Jeanette Lundgren
  • Michele Morgan
  • Mike Rylander
  • Jane Sandberg
  • Jason Stephenson
  • Cesar Velez
  • Dan Wells
  • John Yorio
dev/bug_squashing/2018-05-21.txt · Last modified: 2018/05/29 10:55 by tmccanna

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