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A Year Of Zend Framework Bug-Hunt In Review
January 17, 2011 @ 10:44:34

If you've been around the Zend Framework community for any length of time, no doubt you've seen the monthly Bug Hunt Days they put on to help improve the quality of the framework itself. Now that a new year has rolled over Ralph Schindler has taken a look at the past year of Bug Hunt Days to offer a little perspective.

010 closed out on a pretty good note for the Zend Framework developer community. The december bug-hunt closed out with a solid 37 issues (as of Jan. 12, 2011). [...] All in all, 2010 was a fantastic year. With the 10 monthly hunts we put on (every month minus January and March), we closed nearly 500 issues in those 2-3 days on that third week of the month. Our best month was November where we closed around 110 issues. Naturally some months were better than others, but there was never a disappointing turnout.

He gives credit to several of the contributors that have given their time over the months including Ramon H. Ornelas how recieved a grand price of a full license for Zend's Studio 8 product.

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