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Symfony Blog:
BugHuntDay Report
November 17, 2009 @ 14:33:10

On the Symfony blog there's a new post from Stefan Koopmanschap with the results of their just-passed Bug Hunt Day for the Symfony framework as put on by the PHPBenelux user group.

Last saturday was the day that the PHPBenelux usergroup organized their annual BugHuntDay. This year, the focus was on symfony, which led to 4 core team members being there amongst the attendees of the day. The day was attended by 17 people in total who seemed excited to commit some time to supporting symfony, as well as a number of people in the IRC chatroom.

As far as the results, there were 28 tickets closed with a few others still in the process of being completed. Of the ones closed, 15 were "fixed", 5 were "wontfix" and 8 were verified in the version they were reported but have been fixed in a more recent release.

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