|What American accent do you have?
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So, thanks to Fowl’s comment in my previous entry, I tried out setting up the Google news/blogsearch keyword feeds for Bugzilla in Google Reader, and then individually sharing each of the entries that were actually about Bugzilla, and then using the shared items feed from Google Reader as the newsfeed. It turns out to work quite well.
The built-in RSS widget that ships with WordPress completely chokes on Google Reader’s shared items feed though, and I ended up installing the SimplePie plugin for WordPress to handle the feed parsing (thanks to srikat on #wordpress for suggesting that). SimplePie turns out to have a much more flexible template system, and it looks pretty good. If you’re viewing this on my website, the results are over there on the right.
The feed icon in the title is linked to the source feed, so you can use that as a subscription URL if you want to subscribe to my sanitized Bugzilla news feed. Now you can keep up on all the Bugzilla mentions in the news and blogosphere without having to wade through all the exterminator jokes, monster VW Beetles, and mentions of bug reports in every project’s bugzilla site.
Dear LazyWeb… 🙂
I like to know how Bugzilla’s being talked about out in the world, so I subscribe to Google’s handy news and blog alert services where you can put in keywords and they’ll send you an email every time a new blog or news article shows up containing that/those keywords. This works really well, except that you also get a bunch of crap with it. People who post to message boards with “Bugzilla” as a username. Message posts on insect websites about this huge bug someone found. Articles about modified VW Beetles that have been turned into monster trucks. Every mention in anyone’s blog about bug reports for any number of major projects that use Bugzilla for their bug trackers. Etc Etc Etc.
I’ve long desired to create an RSS feed where I could collect that and republish all those links without all the cruft in it, i.e. just the stuff that was actually about Bugzilla as a product/project. I really like Jon Gruber’s feed, where he puts the link and the title and a small blurb of his own comments about it. Note that the linked title goes to the article being talked about, not an entry on his blog, which is the key feature I’m looking for (and what makes it different than just creating a category for it in the blog). Something just like that would be awesome if there were a plugin for WordPress that would do it. I’ve searched on and off and never found anything that would do this. If anyone knows of one, please let me know in the comments here.
If you’ve read any of my previous blog posts about Anime stuff, you’ll probably know that I’m a big fan of the Pretty Cure series.
Stuff like this makes my day.
Toei publishing Anime (even Pretty Cure) in North America with English subtitles is nothing new. They’ve had it up on Direct2Drive for a while now. What’s new is the episodes that will be posted on Crunchyroll will be available DRM-free! Starting this Wednesday, you can either watch a stream online for free (with commercials) or purchase the uninterrupted episodes to download for US$1.99 each, in XVid, iPod, or PSP formats, with NO DRM.
I am so going to buy every episode they post. Not only just to express my appreciation for creating this awesome series (now that they’re giving me a way to do so) but also to show my support for finally distributing it in a way that doesn’t require me to sell my soul to Microsoft to be able to watch it.
Thank you Toei for finally understanding the Internet!
On Friday, I pushed a small update to bugzilla.mozilla.org that fixed bug 452799, where users who didn’t have ‘canconfirm’ privs in Bugzilla were posting bugs that had a status of NEW rather than UNCONFIRMED.
This morning, I pushed an update to bugzilla.mozilla.org containing a plethora of additional fixes to address concerns raised since the Bugzilla upgrade. This morning, we’ve picked up fixes for:
- Bug 452793: (The other half of the issue which was fixed Friday) The default status selected when you file a new bug and do have ‘canconfirm’ privs is now NEW instead of UNCONFIRMED.
- Bug 452810: The wording surrounding the checkbox to add youself to the CC now says “Add me to the CC list” when you aren’t on it, instead of just “myself.”
- Bug 452734: The keyword chooser has been replaced with keyword autocomplete. NOTE: If you installed the greasemonkey script to remove the keyword chooser, you’ll probably have to remove that script to get the autocomplete, since it hooks on the same event listener.
- Bug 452798: The CC list is now visible again by default, and as a bonus, it’s now searchable via Firefox’s find-as-you-type feature.
- Bug 452733: The [Classification] is no longer shown in front of the bug summary.
- Bug 452746: The link to the bug in the header no longer contains an extra space.
- Bug 452891: The “visually jarring” dashed border next to the line numbers in the Diff Viewer has been removed.
- Bug 452749: The midair page once again specifies who you midaired with.
- Bug 344559: Add a Commit button near the form fields at the top of the show_bug page so you don’t have to scroll to the bottom of the comments if you’re only changing a field at the top.
Fixes for admins:
- Bug 452898: Milestones can once again be marked inactive.
- Bug 452914: Multiple problems were fixed in the flag editor related to the “fixed in version” field not being dealt with correctly on a product change.
Hopefully this fixes up some of the more major concerns people had. There’s still more to come. At this point I’m plannng on daily pushes to production as the fixes become available.
UPDATE: Some people are reporting broken CSS and things looking strange… hold the Shift key and hit Reload if that’s you. Your browser is probably caching the old CSS.