Bumping into a bug in a software is usually a rather unpleasant thing: You have to report it, try to help the software company to reproduce it — which can be a time-consumiing thing — and finally, if it is really a bug, wait for the fix.
Being aware of this situation, Kentico is giving this procedure a fun twist: Within the initiative "Trees For Bugs", they not only promise to plant a tree for each bug found in this new version, but they also promise a hotfix within 7 days.
The price — a tree — seemed right and a competition is always something that inspires me to participate. So I spent a couple of long nights, testing the new features of Kentico 4.1 and was flooding the support team with e-mails about things that seemed not quite right.
The amazing thing was, that most things could be fixed, by changing some settings. But in the end, I was able to place Canada onto the official Top 10 of the bug-finding country standings…
My suggestion to Kentico: Keep the program alive!
Go to the Trees For Bugs website