There are discussions underway about how to fix a code bug that was found in the Ordinals protocol, which prevented over 1,200 inscriptions from being validated. The community is divided on whether to add these inscriptions retroactively or not. The issue stems from the indexer function of the protocol, which only counted inscriptions that were in the first input of a transaction submitted up to and including version 0.5.1 of the protocol. One solution is to select a block height to retroactively index the orphan inscriptions from inscription number 420,285 onwards. Another solution is to pick a block height to add these orphan inscriptions in at some time in the future without changing any existing inscription numbers. Despite debates, the Ordinals community has celebrated surpassing a milestone of one million inscriptions on April 8, which came just days after daily new inscriptions hit a record of over 76,300 on April 4.