[EMAIL PROTECTED] (Andrew Dunstan) writes:
> Tom Lane wrote:
>> So in a roundabout way we come back
>> to the idea that we need a bug tracker (NOT a patch tracker), plus
>> people putting in the effort to make sure it stays a valid source
>> of up-to-date info.  Without the latter it won't really be useful.

> Hallelujah Brother!
> BTW, a bug tracker can be used as a patch tracker, although the
> reverse isn't true. For example, the BZ people use BZ that way, in
> fact - most patches arrive as attachments to bugs. And trackers can be
> used just as well for tracking features as well as bugs.

Well, Command Prompt set up a Bugzilla instance specifically so people
could track PG bugs.  If only someone took interest and started using
Do Roman paramedics refer to IV's as "4's"? 

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