Unofficial Google Bug Tracker

Philipp posts about Wouter Schut, who decided that if Google was going to do such a poor job responding to users who send them emails about bugs and suggestions, he was going to create a public bug tracking database himself. While no doubt Google has an internal bug tracking system that mere mortals will never get to see, I think it is safe to assume that it:

Is decentralized and divided up by project, with zero collaborative abilities, just like almost everything Google does, or
It is gigantic, filled with so many bugs (from all the many things Google does) that it is becoming a giant pain, or
Google is infallible. There are no bugs.

Either way, this is a good method for the public to keep track of the stuff that matters to us, the bugs that we face on a daily basis. The tracker lets users “star” bugs, just […]

Original post by Nathan Weinberg and software by Elliott Back

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