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I don't consider any bug I file to be vital. I don't want to rely on them
fixing a bug I submit since it most likely won't be fixed by the time I need
to release a version of our product in which I encountered the bug. That
means that after I file a bug, I get to implement a workaround. If at some
point they fix the bug, and I can require the version of the OS in which it
was fixed, only then will I be able to remove my workaround. I know this
isn't true for everyone. YMMV
Maybe it's just me, but I figure I'm doing Apple a favor by reporting bugs.
They don't pay me or even give me free software for it (as beta testers
often get), just a thank you. I invest enough time filing bugs without
maintaining my own database of them.
|>Re: [OT] RadarWeb (From: Laurence Harris <email@hidden>)|
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