By Eli Mitchellcyberstream. Thursday, March 15, 2012 12:16:08 AM
Sweet! Fix the Web
has finally been published
in the Opera extensions catalog. I will post more information later about where the project will go from here.
You can install the extension here
Now that we've gotten the first version out, here is an approximate roadmap for where we are going from here:
By Eli Mitchellcyberstream. Friday, March 9, 2012 1:18:22 AM
Fix the Web was reviewed today and it was rejected
, but I can see why they rejected it. So, we must resort to another plan.
By Eli Mitchellcyberstream. Thursday, March 8, 2012 7:10:56 AM
I'm happy to see that several people have already been using Fix the Web to report website problems.
I just wanted to let you all know that the next feature coming out is comments. You will be able to comment on website bug reports, and eventually, rate comments, or choose a comment as a solution to your problem. That will make the reporting, following, and fixing website problems much easier. Inside the extension, you will be able to view and post comments in the error reports frame (Popup > View problems reported on this site) or in the "Recent Reports" page (Popup > View Recent Reports). You will also be able to leave a comment on Fix the Web's home page
If you have ideas regarding this, please leave a comment below! I especially want to know how I should display error report threads on the "Recent Reports" page in the extension. Would you like to have the error reports and comments displayed as a thread in the the modal window that current is displayed when you click a report, or should I make the thread display in its own page, or do you have a completely different idea than either of the ones I mentioned? Vote in the poll in the sidebar