On 09/25/2015 09:32 AM, Tom Lane wrote:
> 2. There's no visibility for outsiders as to what issues are open or
> recently fixed.  Not being outsiders, I'm not sure that we are terribly
> well qualified to describe this problem precisely or identify a good
> solution --- but I grant that there's a problem there.
> I do not know how much emphasis the project should place on point #2.
> By definition, fixing that will not return any direct benefit to us.

I would argue that there is some benefit for us in terms of advocacy. We
certainly get criticized for our lack of a bug tracker. I don't know of
anyone who specifically rejected Postgres because of that fact, but
would not be surprised if has happened.


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