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Valve launches a public bug tracker for Dota 2

Valve developer Jeff Hill announced that the team decided to implement an experimental public bug tracker for Dota 2. They are going to use a public Github issue list, but might change the implementation later.

The tracker can be found here. Jeff Hill elaborated that he encountered issues with keeping track of bugs and following up on them due to the size of the game and fanbase. He encouraged people if not submit the bugs themselves, then at least vote for those that bother them the most, since that will allow the developers to understand the most pressing problems. At the moment of publishing an article, the tracker had 81 issues open.

Swedenstrong becomes permanent NAVI player. His try-out is over, ALOHADANCE is out

Earlier Valve announced that the patch 7.31d will be released on June 8 together with "bigger than usual" Dota Plus update. They also shared more info on The International 2022. It will feature 30 teams and will be held on October 8-30 in Singapore.


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