We now have a bug database where game bugs can be added to. This is useful since my prior bug tracking solution is just a massive text file soup consisting of 1,100 lines of ideas, bugs, and notes. Hopefully this keeps things more organized so they don’t get lost.
You can report bugs directly to the bug database by clicking Report Issue and filling out the form. Almost all fields are optional. No need to make a new account either, it uses your existing login information. Easy!
The bug database also helps tell me which bugs people care the most about being fixed — feel free to reply ‘+1’ or something to any bugs in there that are important to you. You can also click the ‘Monitor’ button and you’ll receive e-mail updates on the bug.
In future, I’d also like the ability for people to attach cloud save files to bugs, but for now it’s fine to just stash them in an unused slot. I didn’t have time to figure avatars for the bug database, but maybe I’ll take another look after Hydra’s out. Speaking of avatars — over on this blog, I had accidentally not enabled the option for blog profiles to have avatars uploaded to them. So now you should be able to set a blog picture for commenting should you wish to do so.