On February 21, we launched the first ever MongoDB Bug Hunt. We have been impressed with the community’s enthusiasm during the first week and have decided to extend the hunt until March 8. This will allow more members of the community to get involved and help improve MongoDB for users worldwide.
As a reminder, you can download the latest release at www.MongoDB.org/downloads. If you find a bug, submit the issue to Jira (Core Server project) by March 8 at 12:00AM GMT. Bug reports will be judged on three criteria: user impact, severity and prevalence.
We will review all bugs submitted against 2.6.0-rc0. Winners will be announced on the MongoDB blog and user forum by March 13. There will be one first place winner, one second place winner and at least two honorable mentions.
For more info on the Bug Hunt see our announcement on the MongoDB Blog.
Thanks to everyone who has downloaded and tested the server so far. Keep on hunting!