Fixing bugs, fixing us
On 25 Oct 2007 | By Thuan Huynh | Permalink
Update, Oct. 29 — We did what we said. Everything is working fine now. Thanks for catching up with us.
If you checked Traduwiki yesterday through its main page, we may have noticed an error in the monitor box on its left side. That was ugly, like a black dot in the middle of the face or whatever. The problem? A script, unable to handle the name of the page appropriately. But by this morning, it has been rewritten. No bug and no contributions lost — this news goes directly to "Keneida", who was the first to work on this text and also our first translator into Polish. If you spot some other strange behaviors, weirdnesses on traduwiki, please write to us (thuan [x] traduwiki.org). We monitor as much as we can all the functionalities; sometimes, our eyes are just too tired to find out anything.
Another update: We're beefing the submit function up. Longer texts will be soon be handled correctly. It should have been done by now; we're sorry to be a little late. During the process, our computer running on Windows XP clashed with our Fon router. A serious and unexpected clash that took a day to be fixed. Damn you bad Windows? Damn you black boxed operating system? Actually no, thank you Windows. You helped us get the very good occasion to get away from you and enter the realm of open source softwares. For now on, we'll be running on OpenSuse 10.3, powering a speedy, beautiful and efficient KDE — which by the way looks like the Mac OS X.
So again, sorry for this extra delay, new enhancements will appear on Traduwiki pretty soon. This will be our last message of this kind. We're heading back to our roadmap.