Zend Framework bug hunt days

published on November 22, 2009.
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On the 19th and 20th of this month, the third Zend Framework Bug Hunt days were held. I joined the party for the first time and I say, it was a jolly good one!

It was announced on Zend DevZone after which Pádraic wrote a nice and detailed Guide To Zend Framework Bug Hunt Days (I think I read on IRC that there’ll be a Bug Hunt Day FAQ, too). I decided to try and give back to the community as much as I can. OK, it wasn’t much - submitted a patch for an issue and closed another which was lacking information - but hey! I think it was pretty good for a noob bug hunter like me :P The only downside for me is it that it’s held on Thursdays and Fridays, which means I can join up only after work. Blah.

All in all - more than 130 closed issues - w00t!

So yep, see you all in December on the fourth Bug Hunt days ;)

Happy hacking!

Tags: bug, framework, hunt, zend, zf.
Categories: Development, Programming.

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