Wednesday Oct 26, 2011

Fixes you want to see in GlassFish 3.1.2 - please vote!

We've done this before and it worked quite well for GlassFish 3.1.1 - we need a few minutes of your time to vote for the JIRA issues you considered the most important to fix in the 3.1.2 timeframe (due out in the first half of 2012).


We fixed more than 100 bugs in 3.1.1 and are expecting to fix just as many in this new release. These can be issues that are already in the system or new ones you may come across. While there is not commitment of any kind that they will fixed we'll do the best we can to accommodate as many fixes as the schedule allows. We'll look at the voting results in the next couple of weeks.

Six promoted builds have already been put out and you can find more details on this 3.1.2 release on the GlassFish Wiki.

Tuesday May 27, 2008

$$$ for Bugs - GlassFish GAP Program

Our bugs, or, rather, your bug submissions, can put some $$s in your pocket!


The GlassFish Awards Program (GAP) divides its $175K prize into two major sections. The biggest chunk goes into Contributions and we have seen a good number of submissions - although there are still some opportunities left.

GAP also reserves $50K for bug submissions with a target of 100 winning submissions. For those of you math-savy, that is $500; not bad for a bug report! Unfortunately, Sun employees don't qualify :-), but, the rest of you, hurry up and submit!

And, yes, Virginia! All projects in the GlassFish community qualify.

Sunday Feb 24, 2008

You can Vote... on GlassFish Bugs!

A Clear Ballot Box

I didn't know that CollabNet's Issue Tracker supported votes on bugs. You will need a Java.Net id, but you can go to your favorite bug (like this one, for example) and cast your vote(s); it looks you have a budget of 10 altogether (I've used 5 of mine so far).

Issue tracker also supports votes in queries: here are the GF bugs with At Least 5 Votes.

So, go ahead, and vote on bug 90... err, I mean, on your favorite bug :-).