Wednesday, March 16, 2011

Technorati Error Or Bug Not Interesting

Yesterday I made ​​my friend's account on technorati and tried to upload a photo on the profile account, I found an error or a bug on technorati. Error displayed is:
Error: exception 'Exception' with message 'Unknown image extension' in


Stack trace:

#0 /data1/technorati/code/trussite/trunk_2011_03_09-095119/application/modules/article/models/AuthorImage.php(130): AuthorImage->cropResizeAll()

#1 /data1/technorati/code/trussite/trunk_2011_03_09-095119/application/public/controllers/AccountController.php(438): AuthorImage->save()

#2 /data1/technorati/code/trussite/trunk_2011_03_09-095119/application/public/controllers/AccountController.php(386): AccountController->uploadProfileImage(Array, 'author')

#3 /data1/technorati/code/trussite/trunk_2011_03_09-095119/library/Zend/Controller/Action.php(513): AccountController->profileimageAction()

#4 /data1/technorati/code/trussite/trunk_2011_03_09-095119/library/Zend/Controller/Dispatcher/Standard.php(289): Zend_Controller_Action->dispatch('profileimageAct...')

#5 /data1/technorati/code/trussite/trunk_2011_03_09-095119/library/Zend/Controller/Front.php(946): Zend_Controller_Dispatcher_Standard->dispatch(Object(Zend_Controller_Request_Http), Object(Zend_Controller_Response_Http))

#6 /data1/technorati/code/trussite/trunk_2011_03_09-095119/application/bootstrap.php(56): Zend_Controller_Front->dispatch()

#7 /data1/technorati/code/trussite/trunk_2011_03_09-095119/index.php(3): require('/data1/technora...')

#8 {main}

The file I uploaded is the default standart image, the file extension like jpeg. Is jpeg format not supported by technorati? after I was looking for information about this error in forums technorati I found this problem was already there since a year ago. See at this link:
Why until now is still there, whether it is not important or not can be fixed by technorati team of developers or engineers who know for sure on this issue.

Site registration technorati should consider problems that occur in the development of its web, or maybe they already feel that what they have now is perfect. One thing they should remember, that no system is perfect for still-made or created by humans, so it means every time there is always an improvement of the system owned.

Hopefully the error on the technorati site be a lesson for us all never to underestimate the little things that may have a major impact. Does your online site have the error too?