On sön, 2011-05-29 at 11:05 -0400, Tom Lane wrote:
> If it has only a partial view of the set of bugs being worked on, it's
> not going to meet the goals that are being claimed for it.
> I don't doubt that somebody could run around and link every discussion
> about a bug into the tracker. I'm just dubious that that actually
> *will* happen with enough reliability to make the tracker more useful
> than a mailing-list search.
At least initially, the bug tracker is for those who want to use it, to
help with their work. If it eventually becomes the total-awareness
tool, that would be great, but if we make that the main goal, it will
never get started.
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