Bug is less,

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Nicholas the Italian
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Re: Bug is less,

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rivaldo wrote: What is more frightening are the UNknown bugs...

Yes, but phpBB3 has no unknown bugs, as far as we know.
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Re: Bug is less,

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Nicholas the Italian wrote:
rivaldo wrote: What is more frightening are the UNknown bugs...

Yes, but phpBB3 has no unknown bugs, as far as we know.

phpbb3 has no bugs, they're just tuning the features.
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Re: Bug is less,

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DanoruX wrote:
Nicholas the Italian wrote:
rivaldo wrote: What is more frightening are the UNknown bugs...

Yes, but phpBB3 has no unknown bugs, as far as we know.

phpbb3 has no bugs, they're just tuning the features.

phpBB3 has yet a lot of bugs ;) They're only not known at the moment. Each program has a lot of bugs!
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Re: Bug is less,

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The one thing the bug tracker doesn't show is Severity and Priority. I'm not sure if this is something that the developers have available on their end, but it would be nice to know how each bug/defect is ranked.

Where I work we have:
1 - Critical
2 - High
3 - Medium
4 - Low

The rankings will differ in meaning from company to company. I work in telecommunications, and 99% of development is around internal billing and provisioning systems, not public software.

Critical: is always a show stopper.
High: can be a show stopper, but if there is a work around it will go into the production environment.
Medium: is something that should be fixed, but does not affect core functionality. We can still launch.
Low: is just that....Low. Fix when there's time or someone is bored. This year would be nice.
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Re: Bug is less,

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I would not say phpBB has lotsa bugs. It seems pretty stable for a near Beta5.

24 bugs still active
- 6 Awaiting information
- 5 Review later
-12 New (not reviewed)
- 1 Reviewed

Pretty close.
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Re: Bug is less,

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Nicholas the Italian wrote: Yes, but phpBB3 has no unknown bugs, as far as we know.


lol - this is funny!
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Re: Bug is less,

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That definition of "Low" is a good one - in a project all bugs with low severity gets high priority at the year end, it's called annual cleanup in the corners :lol:
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Re: Bug is less,

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Does that not depend on what the definition of "is" is?
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Re: Bug is less,

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Holy crap only 15 left right now. Naderman just needs to commit and that'll get almost all the rest away... 8O
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Re: Bug is less,

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DanoruX wrote: Holy crap only 15 left right now. Naderman just needs to commit and that'll get almost all the rest away... 8O

Yup, beta 5 this weekend or maybe TODAY :lol: :?:
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