Martijn van Oosterhout wrote:
> If you want the latter, the approach would be to keep pgsql-bugs and
> when a real issue comes up, bounce it to the bug tracker. Any
> subsequent email discussion should then get logged in the bug report.

That's what I want.  I don't want the bug tracking system to be the 
primary frontend to users off the street.  Because quite frankly most 
users are too confused to know what a real bug is.  That doesn't mean 
that I want a closed BTS, but a system that requires sign up and user 
accounts (like Bugzilla) imposes the right barrier to random abuse in 
my mind.

Note that RT stands for "Request Tracker", which on its face is a 
different thing, namely a system to do tracking of requests by users 
off the street.

Peter Eisentraut

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