On 2018-03-31, Sergey Bronnikov <serg...@bronevichok.ru> wrote:
> Setup another bugtracker which you like, connect it to bugs@ and send a
> link to this thread.

Please don't.

My suggestion of looking at bugs@ as a seed is for a *person* to read
new reports, collect information into one place, figure out if it
really is a bug, write up tickets. Sounds like hard work? Yes, it is.
A bug tracker needs curation/triage, that is not something that can be

If you look at a successful bug tracker, you will not be able to see
most of this work without grovelling through dead tickets because
the already-fixed issues and veiled support requests will no longer
be visible.

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