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Using Freshdesk with PagerDuty for Better Customer Supportchipx86titleDispatchr ruleResolve on Close ruleResolve on Reply ruletitle

Thu, 02 Oct 2014 18:03:15 +0000

At Beanbag, we’ve been using Freshdesk to handle customer support for Review Board, Power Pack, and RBCommons. We’ve also been using PagerDuty to inform us on any critical events, such as servers going down, memory/CPU load, or security updates we need to apply to our servers. Our customers’ problems are just as important to us […](image)


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A new adventure beginschipx86IMG_0720

Wed, 31 Jul 2013 00:53:48 +0000

Act 1, Scene 1 August 23rd, 2004. A young kid, not even 21, freshly dropped out of college, passionate about open source and programming. He walks into his new office at his new job at VMware, his first job, ready to start the day, eager to impress and meet his new co-workers. Nobody was there. […](image)


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Weird bugs: Django, timezones, and importing from eggschipx86

Sat, 26 Jan 2013 22:14:08 +0000

Every so often you hit a bug that makes you question your sanity. The past several days have been spent chasing one of the more confusing ones I’ve seen in a long time. Review Board 1.7 added the ability to set the server-wide timezone. During development, we found problems using SSH with a non-default timezone. […](image)


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Looking Back on Review Boardchipx86

Tue, 04 May 2010 09:53:00 +0000

Just over 3.5 years ago, David Trowbridge and I spent some time discussing the annoyances of the typical patch submission and code review processes in the open source projects we participated in and at companies, and decided to play with some ideas for improving this. At the time, we knew very little about what we […](image)


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Review Board 1.0 Released!chipx86Review Board 1.0

Sun, 21 Jun 2009 07:47:36 +0000

Tonight, we hit a milestone in the Review Board project that we’ve been working toward for over two years. We finally pushed out our 1.0 release. A lot of blood, sweat and tears went into this release (okay, so not literally, but it was A LOT OF WORK!). The last few months in particular have […](image)


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Review Board: Summer of Code, Roadmap and Future Planschipx86

Thu, 02 Apr 2009 21:53:39 +0000

Summer of Code This year, we (the Review Board project) was given the opportunity to participate in Google’s Summer of Code. We’ve received some great student proposals so far, and I think we’ll see exciting work done on Review Board this summer. The deadline for Summer of Code is coming up fast (April 3rd, 19:00 […](image)


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Improving browser performance in Review Boardchipx86

Tue, 27 Jan 2009 12:14:29 +0000

This past Sunday, I landed a set of changes into Review Board that provide improved performance, such as aggressive browser-side caching of media and pages. It’s just a start, but has already significantly reduced page load times in all of my tests, in some case by several seconds. We implemented these methods for Review Board, […](image)


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Review Board 1.0 alpha 1 releasedchipx86

Mon, 19 Jan 2009 23:20:13 +0000

Roughly two years ago, David Trowbridge and I began development of Review Board for use in our open source projects and our team at VMware. During that time, we’ve turned Review Board into a powerful code review tool that works with a variety of version control systems. Most of VMware has moved over to it, […](image)


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Twittering as Review Board Approaches 1.0chipx86

Sun, 07 Dec 2008 06:58:23 +0000

On the road to 1.0 We’re getting very close to feature freeze for Review Board 1.0. The last couple of major features are up for review. These consist largely of a UI rewrite that simplifies a lot of Review Board’s operations and moves us over to using jQuery. This will go in once it’s been […](image)


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Djblets and Review Board moving to jQuerychipx86

Thu, 18 Sep 2008 23:46:49 +0000

When we first began development of Review Board and its Django utility package Djblets almost two years ago, we needed to pick a JavaScript library to use. There were several good ones available at the time, and after evaluating several options we chose the Yahoo! UI Library (YUI) and YUI-Ext, an extension library to YUI. […](image)


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