SpiderDAO deploys Bugzilla!
JUNE 23RD 2021. SpiderDAO is delighted to announce the launching of our very own bug reporting portal called Bugzilla. Bugzilla is a user-friendly interface where our dedicated Beta Testers can report any coding bugs, missing or defective features, mistakes and in fact any part of the SpiderDAO project that may need attention.
The list of areas that qualify for reporting are comprehensive and include:
- Android app functionality
- Android app UI
- Router functionality
- Router UI
- Router DAO
- SpiderVPN Website
- IOS app functionality
- IOS app UI
The Bugzilla reporting site can be found here:
In addition, new and existing Beta Testers have access to a dedicated Telegram channel where they can offer us direct comments and request additional information about the firmware.
If you still want to be a part of the beta testing team (or join as a new member), you can download the firmware and participate in the new telegram channel at the following link.
We have produced a handy guide on how to report bugs: https://docs.spidervpn.org/guides/how-to-submit-a-bug-on-bugzilla
Don’t forget all Beta Testers will be allowed to participate in a forthcoming SpiderDAO event that will feature attractive monetary rewards 🙂 (further details shortly)
SpiderVPN provides a decentralized router-based VPN service for its users by using a dual-governance model which brings together hardware and software tools with on-chain elements. The team aims to build a new set of standards for Decentralized Autonomous Organisations to counteract the unfair distribution of voting power. Combining hardware safeguards and leveraging the Polkadot consensus mechanism, SpiderDAO establishes a whale-resistant mechanism whilst creating a highly scalable, interoperable and stable governance system.
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