Bug is less,

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Re: Bug is less,

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dhn wrote: I am disappointed in you guys. It only took us a few hours to bring your month's work of bugs down. Try harder!

5 new ones today ;) I'm not adding to it :oops:
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Re: Bug is less,

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Maybe not the right topic but what should be do yet before an rc release? The documentation, bug-fixes and thats all not? But in which stage is the documentation right-now? :oops:
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Where can I see how many Bugs still are open?
I lost the link to the Bug-Tracker...

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dhn wrote: I am disappointed in you guys. It only took us a few hours to bring your month's work of bugs down. Try harder!


Why should we give you our pets if you keep killing them? :(
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Vibius Crispus wrote: Where can I see how many Bugs still are open?
I lost the link to the Bug-Tracker...

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:roll: indeed... tried looking on the index of this very forum? Grief.
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Re: Bug is less,

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Vibius Crispus wrote: Where can I see how many Bugs still are open?
I lost the link to the Bug-Tracker...

:roll:

http://www.phpbb.com/bugs/queryreports. ... open&prj=4
juuldr wrote: Maybe not the right topic but what should be do yet before an rc release? The documentation, bug-fixes and thats all not? But in which stage is the documentation right-now? :oops:

http://www.phpbb.com/support/documentat ... index.html
http://olympuswiki.naderman.de/Main_Page

what you can do? just find some bugs and put them into the bugtracker ;)
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Gideon5L2F wrote:
dhn wrote: I am disappointed in you guys. It only took us a few hours to bring your month's work of bugs down. Try harder!


Why should we give you our pets if you keep killing them? :(

I think the word you're searching for is "Pests", you missed the first "s"
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Regarding bugs for the phpBB3 documentation...
You can't (and please don't) report bugs for the wiki to the phpBB bug tracker, just the phpBB3 Documentation.
But if you find one in the wiki, let me know.

Gee, sorry Dominik!
We'll try a little harder this week. :P (right guys?)

Actually, it's really good to see it's getting harder to locate bugs, and you guys are staying on top of them. :D
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dhn wrote: I am disappointed in you guys. It only took us a few hours to bring your month's work of bugs down.

You're dhn2's evil twin brother. He carries on the heavy job, works night and day in a dark and dirty basement to fix all those troubles, does testing, submits commits, and you take all the merit for this.
And now you also come here and tell us you are disappointed in us.
Tsk tsk.

dhn2 => 8) hurray
dhn => :evil: boooh
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Year 2173, a news channel report:

Archaeologists discovered a "bug"

Today, Mr. Buddler and his team of archeologists came up with a sensation. After returning from an archaelogical mission, they claimed to have found a so-called "bug".
Like we all know from our school books, bugs were expected to be extincted since 2007, after a massive bug-killing mission of the olympus team.

The bug will be transported to the "International Museum For Software Of The Last Century". Mr Buddlers intention is to create a historical software structure where the bug can be studied in its natural environment.
It is expected that curious visitors from all over the world will travel to that museum, just to see with their own eyes what most people of today thought is an urban legend.
However, access to the museum will be denied for the grandchildren of the olympus team. There is a too high risk that the found bug may die of fear when they come to close to it.
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