Okay, so I'm not going to be around to check this thread much over the next couple of days, but The-Great-One makes a decent point here.
Whilst I agree with some of the stuff about bug reporting in there, I have a slightly different view on posting threads etcetera about them.
It doesn't hurt to post about what you might think will be a bug. In fact, it CAN help AS LONG AS ONCE THE BUG IS CONFIRMED SOMEONE FOLLOWS IT UP WITH A PM TO THE APPROPRIATE PERSON AND MAKES A NOTE IN THE THREAD OF WHO THEY HAVE CONTACTED. If we don't know about a bug, we can't fix it and I can't imagine many of us spending much time on the forums looking for problems in the next week or so.
There are several important steps to this:
1. Check for other threads first. In fact, you can keep bug reports in here if you want. Read through thoroughly to avoid repetition.
2. Include as much information about the page you're having issues with as possible - the URL, the behaviour you're expecting from it and what is (not) happening.
3. Make sure you include your browser and version. This is VERY important as there are lots of cross-browser quirks. What might work fine in Firefox might be nuked in Chrome, so one person in one browser might be issue free and another with another browser might have all manner of problems.
4. Make sure you include your operating system and version. Not as important as #3, but the same browsers on different OS' have been known to have slightly different issues from one another.
5. Contact ONE person about this only - there's no point in PMing all of us about the same thing as that just leads to us wasting time figuring out who is dealing with it, or whether one of us is already dealing with it. There are details about who does what for the site on the staff page (which will be in the wiki come the redesign, if it isn't already). If you're still unsure as to who to contact after reading through that list, you can contact me and I'll pass it on to the person responsible for the problematic section.
We may not be able to reply to all PMs, just keep checking the page you were having problems with over a period of time and if you see it's fixed, you'll know we've read your (or someone else's) message.
Eventually, we ought to have a ticket system for this kind of thing, but for now we'll have to muddle through with what we have.
There's little point in replying to this until after launch and try and keep it free of clutter when you do start replying. It might be an idea to bookmark this thread to pass on to people who're unlikely to read it, so we can keep everything in one place.
Enjoy your weekend and see you Monday (fingers crossed).