> > > Do you actually expect someone to go thru the 400+ items in the database
> > > and compare them to the TODO list? Seems to me that's something the
> > > maintainer of the TODO list would be doing. Can you point me to the form
> > > that gets something on the TODO list that the average user can use? Can
> > > you guarantee every bug will end up on the TODO list? Can you point me
> > > to the place on the TODO list when a user can look at to see if a bug has
> > > been fixed or even reported?
> > I was just asking. If I have been missing stuff, I can see more value
> > to a bug database.
> > > You're making more of an issue with all of this than there is. The TODO
> > > list has a purpose, as does CVS, as do the mailing lists, as does the
> > > regression database, as does the bugs database, as do the interactive
> > > docs, ...
> > OK, what value does a bug database have over a TODO list?
> History. Searchability. Doesn't include features to be addeed.
Yea, they would be nice.
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