Not really, bugzilla requires interaction from people to 'accept' a bug,
and then fix it etc. I'm talking about just logging them. Instead of
tracking 'things to fix', track 'things that were broken'.
> Having to start a browser, go to the bugzilla site, log in,
> for bugs etc.. way too involved.
agreed, it's a pain in the arse. plus you can't do it on the road, or on
the beach with a martini in hand lying next to a beautiful woman (or
man, if u like 'em :) but I guess not many of us would be thinking of
kernel code at a time like that.....
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