Within Zenoss, we are currently working on getting a Zenoss Core 4 release candidate ready for you. We're close.
As for the BugHunt, we're going to run the Core 4 BugHunt until the official Zenoss Core 4 GA (General Availability) release is available. So we're in the final stretches, but there is still time to make a difference!
Now, let's take a look at all of the surprising changes to our Leaderboard. There has been a tremendous amount of activity, with several new contenders, and Yuliyan Lesev moving from 4th place into 2nd place, and is now in contention for winning one of our top prizes!
- Andrea Consadori, 220 points (21 P1 bugs)
- Yuliyan Lesev, 112 points (7 P1 bugs)
- Ricardo Sff, 86 points (7 P1 bugs)
- Jane Curry, 81 points (4 P1 bugs)
- Jo Rhett, 72 points (8 P1 bugs)
- David Petzel, 36 points (4 P1 bugs)
- Jamie Shardlow, 30 points
In addition, we had significant bug reports from Bryan Irvine, Lerry Weidig, Andrew Kirch, Nils Valentin, Robert Martin, Peter Moore and James E. Flemer. A lot of people really focused on reviewing our documentation, which resulted in a lot of improvements, as well as a lot of BugHunt points being awarded. (Note - we have an updated v07 of the install guide available for review.)
Amazing work, everyone. As you can see, the Leaderboard is still very fluid and we will see what happens as we enter the final stretches. It's great to see everyone getting involved in testing, reporting bugs on JIRA, and working hard to make Zenoss Core 4 the best it can be.
Be sure to stay tuned for the release candidate -- there are still more BugHunt points to be awarded by finding release candidate bugs!