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Q2A version: 1.6.2

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Hi, as far as I see, gidgreen is following the bug tags http://www.question2answer.org/qa/tag/bug

However, you are right, it is not easy to see which bug is already resolved.

That's why a lot of programmers do use now github.com

Maybe in the future gidgreen will allow all developers to post bugs there: https://github.com/q2a/question2answer (because now the "issues" field is not available, I guess he switched it off).


PS: The main bugs I'd like to see solved:

1. "removed line breaks" bug: http://www.question2answer.org/qa/28469/posting-with-android-device-line-breaks-not-saved-for-q-a / Bug: Posting plain text with disabled javascript (wysiwyg) will post text without line-breaks

2. Bug: Users can still change their usernames (v1.6.2)

3. Option "Editing posts silently" working? Possible Bug.

4. Bug: RSS Feed breaks on certain character (maybe resolved?)

5. "Bug": Assign questions as duplicates to each other is possible (maybe resolved?)

6. Best answer select event twice! Bug?

That's what I found probably open.

It would be nice if Gideon actually used version control how it's supposed to be used, instead of just a single commit for each version released.
I'm not sure if it's the case with Q2A on github, but across many projects I've notice a sad trend. Noticed in many "network graph" pages that people fork a project, but neglect to issue "pull requests" and the developer of the forked project either lacks the time or interest to peek into the commits of the related forks.
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Will Q2A 1.6.3 be out anytime soon?
+1. We need more info about 1.6.3
See the sidebar >=> Jan 19, 2014: Q2A 1.6.3 released.