I encourage everyone to blog about random bugs and fixes that they have. As the sayings go, most of us on the internet are consumers, not producers. Most of the time you have a problem as you are coding, you are googling for the answer or searching on stack overflow–not necessarily writing a new question. This is because so many questions are already out there.
It is easy to justify not adding your silly bug and fix to the internet, because there are so many things like it–but what I’ve seen from my time in googling is that sometimes there is just that one explanation in the exact way that you need it.
Since I have gotten so many help from random bug questions/blog post explanations on the internet, I feel like I owe it back to the internet to write up good explanations or save solutions to problems I’ve solved.
Most of them won’t be relevant to most people, but I’m sure that there will be at least a person or several people for whom my explanation is exactly what they needed.
So blog about your random bugs, fixes, and how you came up with the solution. Those are always nicer to read than random forum posts.