Few days back, J. O’Conner blogged about his recent experience with the NetBeans Community, and calling himself a proud member.
I’ve always known that I’m a NetBeans user, but I would never have gone so far as to call myself a community member. I feel differently after this experience though. I’m glad to be part of the NetBeans community. If you use NetBeans, you’re part of the community too!
Wow 🙂 Later that day, I got an email from NetBeans QA Team and I also had similar experience. Here’s what QA said,
In the past you have taken the time to report issues that you encountered while using the NetBeans IDE. As you may be aware already, a new version NetBeans IDE 6.5 has just been released.
We’d like to inform you that the following issues you reported have been addressed in the new version;
Aug 28, 2008
Three months back, I had blogged NetCAT 6.5 Weekly Report #6, where I had said,
Actually, when bugs filed by a user get fixed, they are not visible in “My Issues“, which is different for every user.
Nov 25, 2008
We really appreciate your contribution to help us make NetBeans IDE (Platform, Java SE, Java Web and EE, Java ME, Ruby, C/C++, PHP, SOA) better for you as well as for other users. We look forward to receiving feedback from you in the future.
Wow, thats indeed a great way to notify the user, I mean community member. Happy NetBeaning!
“Thank you very much”