If you'd like to help us out squash those bugs, check out the GitHub issues with the
honeybadger label. Don't forget to "claim" your issue by leaving a comment, so that other won't be working on the same one!
The DEV team recently started using Honeybadger for monitoring bugs on our platform. We like this service for a few different reasons! It gives us the ability to neatly separate frontend errors from backend ones, and it includes great features for supporting deploy tracking. We also like its filtering tools, which are super useful when it comes to sorting and searching through errors, and we appreciate its very smart defaults, like the ability to ignore errors in our test and development environments!
Although we have been using Honeybadger internally to help us track errors for a couple of months, we've decided to make this information public to the community so that our contributors can help jump in and help us keep DEV more stable! To see it in action, head over to our public dashboard.
If you find new errors in our dashboard that aren't recorded anywhere, you can open a GitHub issue following this template as an example. We also recommend reading up on DEV's contributing guide and developer documentation before making your contribution!
The Honeybadger team also plans to release public dashboards as a standard feature for all open source projects in the near future based on community feedback, so if you are a maintainer we recommend checking them out! :-)