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Blog posts for March 2013

Bug Fixing Day #10

Yesterday we had our Bug Fixing Day #10. For the 5.x development cycle we've decided to intensify our bug fixing and invert the bugs created vs bugs fixed ratio so that we're always in the green, by having weekly BFDs.

3 committers have participated yesterday to the BFD#10:

  • Ecaterina (Evalica) Moraru
  • Eduard Moraru
  • Vincent Massol

Well done guys, we've squashed 21 bugs in the bug count! This leads us to 901 bugs created over the last 360 days vs 891 fixed. We have only 10 to go to be in the green! We're catching up

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Let's hope more committers will participate to the next BFD on the 7th of March 2013. We should be able to be in the green during that session!

XWiki 4.5.1 Released

The XWiki development team is proud to announce the availability of XWiki 4.5.1. This is a bugfix release.

See the release notes for more information.

XWiki 5.0 Milestone 1 Released

The XWiki development team is proud to announce the availability of XWiki 5.0 Milestone 1. This release is the first release for the 5.x cycle with a new Release application and contains various Extension Manager and Distribution Wizard improvements.

See the release notes for more information.

Bug Fixing Day #11

Yesterday we had our Bug Fixing Day #11. For the 5.x development cycle we've decided to intensify our bug fixing and invert the bugs created vs bugs fixed ratio so that we're always in the green, by having weekly BFDs.

7 persons have participated yesterday to the BFD#11 (yeah!), with the following results:

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Well done guys, we've squashed 29 bugs in the bug count! 

This has allowed us to go back in the Green! This means that over the last 365 days, we've closed more bugs than the number of bugs that were created during the period.

Now, our challenge is going to remain in the green as the norm. Also if we look at the Bug statistics JIRA Dashboard we can see that over the entire lifetime of XWiki, we still have progress to make on the created vs closed bug ratio. 

But let's take things one step by one step and let's congratulate everyone who made it possible to go back in the green! Well done!

XWiki 4.5.2 Released

The XWiki development team is proud to announce the availability of XWiki 4.5.2. This is a bugfix release.

See the release notes for more information.

Bug Fixing Day 12

Yesterday we had our Bug Fixing Day #12. For the 5.x development cycle we've decided to intensify our bug fixing and invert the bugs created vs bugs fixed ratio so that we're always in the green, by having weekly BFDs.

9 persons have participated yesterday to the BFD#12 (yeah!), with the following results:

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One of the best BFD ever, we've closed 43 bugs in the bug count! 

This has allowed us to go back in the Green for the past 1.5 years. This means more bug closed in the past 1.5 years than bugs created in the period!

Now, our challenge is to keep staying in the green as the norm and continue to increase the timespan in the past for which we have more bugs closed than created. Our next challenge: increase the timespan to 2 years!

Congrats everyone, that was a great BFD.

Bug Fixing Day 13

On 21th or March we had our Bug Fixing Day #13. For the 5.x development cycle we've decided to intensify our bug fixing and invert the bugs created vs bugs fixed ratio so that we're always in the green, by having weekly BFDs.

5 persons have participated to the BFD#13, with the following results:

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We've closed 18 bugs.

Not as impressive as the previous one but we are still on track for the target challenge: increase the timespan to 2 years!

Congrats everyone and keep up the good work!

XWiki 4.5.3 Released

The XWiki development team is proud to announce the availability of XWiki 4.5.3. This is a bugfix release.

See the release notes for more information.

Bug Fixing Day 14

On 28th or March we had our Bug Fixing Day #14. For the 5.x development cycle we've decided to intensify our bug fixing and invert the bugs created vs bugs fixed ratio so that we're always in the green, by having weekly BFDs.

5 persons have participated to the BFD#14, with the following results:

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We've closed 8 bugs.

Was a pretty small BFD because the 5.0M2 release was late and http://ci.xwiki.org in a very bad state. We are still on track for the target challenge: increase the timespan to 2 years!

Congrats everyone and keep up the good work!

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