BugMash 1.0 Results

Added by Eric Davis on June 21, 2010 in Home Community Code

This weekend we held the first ever Redmine BugMash. 21 bugs were fixed, including everything needed for the upcoming 0.9.5 release.

  1. pre can't be inside p
  2. projects.atom with required authentication
  3. Week number calculation in date picker is wrong if a week starts with Sunday
  4. mail handler fails when the from address is empty
  5. Member role forms in project settings are not hidden after member added
  6. session cookie path does not respect RAILS_RELATIVE_URL_ROOT
  7. External links not correctly displayed in Wiki TOC
  8. "fiters" and "options" should be hidden in print view via css
  9. Ellipses at the end of snippets shouldn't be textilized
  10. NoMethodError (undefined method `[]' for nil:NilClass)
  11. Add a hook to the issue report (Summary) view
  12. Ruby 1.9 - wrong number of arguments (1 for 0) on rake db:migrate
  13. Ruby 1.9 - when attempting to change password error raised IOError in MyController#password
  14. SVN Repository: Can not list content of a folder which includes square brackets.
  15. Navigation to the Master Timesheet page (time_entries)
  16. redmine:email:receive_imap fails silently for mails with subject longer than 255 characters
  17. Fewer SQL statements generated for watcher_recipients
  18. Exclude "fields_for" from overridden methods in TabularFormBuilder
  19. TimelogController#destroy assumes success
  20. Search for Numeric Value
  21. Login and mail should not be case sensitive

I also wanted to especially thank the participants who where able to get a patch contributed:

  • Andrew Fenn
  • Greg Mefford
  • Gregor Schmidt
  • Holger Just
  • Jan
  • Jean-Baptiste Barth
  • Jérémy Lal
  • Yuki Kita
  • and many others who helped out on IRC this weekend.

Because of the success of this BugMash, we are considering having another one. So if you weren't able to participate this time, there will be another one soon. If you're interested in helping out, as a participant or an organizer, leave a comment below.