Monday, January 7, 2008

Bug Round-up

So it has been 4 months since the initial launch of This has allowed enough time to pass for bug reports to begin piling up. I fixed a few issues today, and will continue to work through these issues throughout the next few weeks.

Here's a list of all the issues submitted thus-far, for the curious:

- A favicon should be created -- FIXED: Now an open bible
- Include an option for sub-groups -- FIXED: Now available under "Admin"
- Cannot create a group with 32767+ members -- WON'T FIX: The group would be virtually unmanageable anyway
- Profanity filter does not work on feeds -- FIXED: Now feeds are filtered
- Bug report form should make description optional -- FIXED: Now only the title is required

High Priority
- There is no search feature
- Undefined behavior when group subscription lapses
- There is no page describing subscription levels/pricing
- There is no password reset feature

Normal Priority
- User notes page pagination UI error
- User can change their password to nothing (but then cannot log in)
- RSS feeds need to be protected with a key value
- Session can time out while writing a note
- Bad grammar in closed forum thank you message

Low Priority
- UI looks awful on IE6 under Windows XP at 800x600 resolution
- Switching group and clicking "Edit Note" on note from previous group gives incorrect message
- Hitting the back button after switching a group forces sign-in
- Error message "User "" is not a member of this group" is seen after removing self from group

Feature Requests
- Re-create sign-up page to make more sense
- Widget to add to blogs to track bible reading progress
- Memory verse list
- Cancel button on delete confirmation page
- Copyright info bar extends too far to the right
- Button backgrounds are too light and hard to read
- Blog link should be moved

About the Author: Nick is the creator of -- a web application that allows you to read the Bible, write notes in the margin, share these notes with others, and track your Bible reading progress.

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