is bug reporter down?

  • I've been trying for 2 weeks on every machine I use, home and work, on every browser installed on them and get an error, which I've reported twice. Not a very useful error, just "An error has occurred".

    Is it just me, or is it actually down? I have two more UICollectionView and two NSManagedObjectContext bugs I'be been waiting to file. I've tried bugreport and bugreporter. I'm sure I remember cases in the past where it was down for some people and not others but if so, I never learned how they got out of it.
  • On May 29, 2013, at 7:06 AM, Roland King wrote:

    > I've been trying for 2 weeks on every machine I use, home and work, on every browser installed on them and get an error, which I've reported twice. Not a very useful error, just "An error has occurred".
    >
    > Is it just me, or is it actually down? I have two more UICollectionView and two NSManagedObjectContext bugs I'be been waiting to file. I've tried bugreport and bugreporter. I'm sure I remember cases in the past where it was down for some people and not others but if so, I never learned how they got out of it.

    I just logged in successfully.  If you haven't already, try both http://… and https://…; might make a difference.  I entered bugreport.apple.com.

    Are you able to successfully log in to other parts of the site with the same Apple ID?  For example, the Developer Center.

    Good luck,
    Ken
  • On 29 May, 2013, at 9:43 PM, Ken Thomases <ken...> wrote:

    > On May 29, 2013, at 7:06 AM, Roland King wrote:
    >
    >> I've been trying for 2 weeks on every machine I use, home and work, on every browser installed on them and get an error, which I've reported twice. Not a very useful error, just "An error has occurred".
    >>
    >> Is it just me, or is it actually down? I have two more UICollectionView and two NSManagedObjectContext bugs I'be been waiting to file. I've tried bugreport and bugreporter. I'm sure I remember cases in the past where it was down for some people and not others but if so, I never learned how they got out of it.
    >
    > I just logged in successfully.  If you haven't already, try both http://… and https://…; might make a difference.  I entered bugreport.apple.com.
    >
    > Are you able to successfully log in to other parts of the site with the same Apple ID?  For example, the Developer Center.
    >
    > Good luck,
    > Ken
    >

    Damnation. Tried all of the above, http, https, both URLs, tried on an already authenticated session, cleaned cookies, tried it in incognito mode. I can access devcenter, devforums, I've checked for agreements I haven't agreed to (found none) and so it must just be my account.

    Thanks for the replies, unless anyone has faced this and knows how to get out of it, please treat this thread as closed (or mail me directly), I'll try dev support if I can find the link.
  • On May 29, 2013, at 07:06:00, Roland King <rols...>
    wrote:

    > I've been trying for 2 weeks on every machine I use, home and work, on every browser installed on them and get an error, which I've reported twice. Not a very useful error, just "An error has occurred".
    >
    > Is it just me, or is it actually down? I have two more UICollectionView and two NSManagedObjectContext bugs I'be been waiting to file. I've tried bugreport and bugreporter. I'm sure I remember cases in the past where it was down for some people and not others but if so, I never learned how they got out of it.

    I've had this problem from time to time, but quitting Safari and relaunching has always fixed it for me.

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