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#1 Geoff Martin

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Posted 20 February 2005 - 06:19 PM

I would like a list of known bugs. There is no way of knowing which bugs have previously been reported. The only people that would have write access to the list would be the staff at Wholly Genes and would removed them once the bug had been fixed.

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Posted 20 February 2005 - 11:50 PM

I agree. :)

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#3 jthudgins

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Posted 21 February 2005 - 03:28 AM

I would like a list of known bugs. There is no way of knowing which bugs have previously been reported. The only people that would have write access to the list would be the staff at Wholly Genes and would removed them once the bug had been fixed.

Geoff

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Or how about either:

1. A separate, restricted "Known Bugs" forum whereby a moderator/WG staff would move a topic from the V6 forum to the Known Bugs forum when the reported problem was verified as being a bug. No one would be allowed to post directly to the Known Bugs forum. This would put all the known bug topics in one place.

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2. A new topic symbol (perhaps a little bug?) that a moderator/WG staff would place/change next to a topic when it becomes a confirmed bug. Then one could elect to display only the topics in the V6 forum that were known bugs.

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