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SubjectRe: Dedicated kernel bug database
> Bug tracking can get much better (I _hope_!), but I expect it to take some beating on the problem.  Keep beating on it.

OK. Since we are on the topic. I have some (intending to be) constructive
criticisms for the owners of the 2.5 kernel tracker site (not sure exactly
who they are but I know mbligh is part of it).

Why are bugs automatically assigned to owners?
If there was an unassigned category that would make it
easy to query.

How else are those of us who want to help stabilize the 2.5 kernel supposed
to know which bugs are being worked on and which are not?
(Please dont tell me "email". Am I really supposed to email every
person who has a bug asking if they are really working on it or not?)

Could you make a list of all the people who have volunteered to be
bugtracker maintainers and their respective kernel pieces.

Also a list of people who arent maintainers but are available to help
could be useful for the owners to assign bugs to.



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