Wednesday Dec 23, 2009

Survey Results, Support for IE8, Safari and ...

Last week we closed the Survey about Bugs and RFEs that will be included in the next release of Sun OpenCTI (v1.1). Survey Results are available at OpenCTI wiki page. The final result is very similar to preliminary results shown 2 weeks ago (see the Blog article). You can see all planned Bugs and RFEs for version 1.1 in JIRA bug tracking system. Thanks everybody for your feedback!

In addition to that, we released a minor version of Sun OpenCTI that is based on OpenCTI revision 303. The minor version includes primarily:

  • hot fixes of critical bugs (like left brackets issue - CTI-73, long text does not wrap ... - CTI-64, etc)
  • adding support for IE8 and Safari 4 (CTI-76)

If you still see some bugs or you have some ideas for improvement, just submit a new bug or RFEs (before doing that, please see a list of existing Bugs/RFEs in order to avoid submitting duplicated issues).

Thanks and have a nice winter break.



Friday Dec 11, 2009

Partial results & Last chance to influence Sun OpenCTI v1.1

There are 2 extra days that we extended the Survey about priorities of bugs/RFEs for OpenCTI project. You can choose the top 6 important bugs that you would like to see fixed in the incoming version of OpenCTI (ver. 1.1).Vote HERE. The survey is closed on Sunday, Dec 13th, 2009.

Partial results are shown in the table below. Bugs in bold are the candidates to be fixed in the version 1.1. Of course, if we have some extra time and all new features are ready, we can fix additional bugs according to the priority list). Therefore your input is very important.

Bug/RFE Votes (%)
CTI-71 13
CTI-81 9
CTI-74 9
CTI-67 9
CTI-65 8
CTI-69 8
CTI-84 7
CTI-77 7
CTI-83 5
CTI-78 5
CTI-70 4
CTI-79 4
CTI-60 3
CTI-36 3
CTI-68 3
CTI-31 3
CTI-85 1

The bug list is available at JIRA Bug tracking system. More information about participation at OpenCTI wiki page and this blog.

Thanks everybody who already contributed to the survey.

Tuesday Dec 08, 2009

Participate in New Release of OpenCTI 1.1

... and let us know which bugs we should fix in the next OpenCTI release.

We are finalizing the requirements for a new version of OpenCTI. This version should be released in the mid of January 2010. It will be driven primarily by bug fixing and a development team expects additional new features around Glossary.

So far there are approx. 30 open bugs. We would like to hear from you - choose 6 top important bugs for you and we will include them into Sun OpenCTI 1.1. You can participate in our survey or directly in embedded version in Sun OpenCTI main page (to be available later). According to your votes, we will pick up at least the 6 most wanted bugs and fix them. Current bug list that we plan to deliver is available in JIRA bug tracking system (those bugs are not included in the survey). If you miss some bug, you can create a new one. See OpenCTI project main page for more information.

The voting will be finished by this Friday, Dec. 11th 2009. So do not miss your chance to influence Sun OpenCTI tool!

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