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March 2019 Evergreen Bug Squashing Week

Dates: March 4-8, 2019

Activities

Many thanks to everyone who participated in Bug Squashing Week!

An extraordinary amount of work was done this week to clear out old bugs that are no longer relevant and to update bug tags to make them easier to find and coordinate. Special thanks to Tiffany Little, Andrea Buntz Neiman, Elaine Hardy, Michele Morgan, and many more for that!

Stats

  • New Bugs Reported: 30
  • Bug Updates:: 762
  • Doc Updates:: 1
  • New Patches Submitted: 20
  • Patches Rebased/Updated: 12
  • Signoffs: 22
  • Patches Committed/Merged: 22

Detailed Information including Bug Numbers

Sandboxes

Special thanks to Blake Henderson for creating public sandboxes for testing!

Participants

  • John Amundson
  • A. Bellenir
  • Jason Boyer
  • Adam Bowling
  • Don Butterworth
  • Eva Cerninakova
  • Garry Collum
  • Bill Erickson
  • Jeff Godin
  • Soren Hakola
  • Rogan Hamby
  • Elaine Hardy
  • Blake Henderson
  • Kyle Huckins
  • Sam Link
  • Tiffany Little
  • Millissa Macomber
  • Terran McCanna
  • Christine Morgan
  • Michele Morgan
  • Andrea Buntz Neiman
  • Mike Rylander
  • Geoff Sams
  • Jane Sandberg
  • Janet Schrader
  • Chrisy Schroth
  • Chris Sharp
  • Remington Steed
  • Jason Stephenson
  • Josh Stompro
  • Cesar Velez
  • Dan Wells
  • Jennifer Weston
  • Beth Willis
  • Jessica Woolford
  • John Yorio
  • Derek Zoldaz

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

  • Adam Bowling
  • Jason Boyer
  • Steve Callender
  • Galen Charlton
  • Jeff Davis
  • Bill Erickson
  • Jason Etheridge
  • Rogan Hamby
  • Kyle Huckins
  • Sam Link
  • Tiffany Little
  • Terran McCanna
  • Michele Morgan
  • Mike Rylander
  • Geoff Sams
  • Jane Sandberg
  • Ben Shum
  • Remington Steed
  • Jason Stephenson
  • Josh Stompro
  • Cesar Velez
  • Dan Wells
dev/bug_squashing/2019-03.txt · Last modified: 2019/03/11 11:15 by tmccanna

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