Saturday, June 2, 2012

New bug tracker on SourceForge

Although it has been available for a while for testing purposes, an official bug tracker for this project on SourceForge is now open to the public. It can be viewed and used over here:

This will make bug reporting and response a whole lot easier, and will give me a lot more overview of what I've got to do at the moment.

Currently, a SourceForge account is required to create bug reports there, but you should be able to use your Google, OpenID and other accounts too. Although you can still report bugs in the comments or by emailing me, it is recommended to use the tracker now. This way, much more people will be able to comment on reported problems!

1 comment:

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