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I have got to the stage of ignoring the My Issues section of Challenge Checkers. Every time I test a tag with the specified user it works fine. Every single time.

I currently have 13 Issues in my account, have checked three and frankly, can't be bothered checking the rest. They will all be fine.

Is there a fault with the auto qualifying system that occasionally throws erros that get flagged into my issues? I have left the issues there in case you need them to help track down the bug.

The concept is great, but the false positive rate is too high.



Tom (geonick: the Seagnoid)
in Bug reports by the Seagnoid (Expert) (45.3k points)

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You are right, there are issues. Hiding the tab until it's more stable would probably be smart. I have done so in our development-environment now. If anyone disagrees, feel free to comment.
by magma1447 (Admin) (237k points)
selected by the Seagnoid (Expert)
An improvement would be nice.
I had issues on 376 different tags most with error only for one user and some with more.
A quick look at tags with many user error resulted in one empty tag that was a real error

The errors are most from timeout of database querys and some are from failed bookmark list fetching from

The fix is probibly to rerun failures some time later and to store the number of failures in a row. Displaying failures in issus that happen two times in a row would probibly remove almost all false failures