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Maybe it isn't my business to know, but I am curious.

In the development process for each of these sites what bug tracking tools may have been used, besides user input. And how do you track feature requests for inclusion?

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Meta Stack Overflow is the place to report bugs or feature requests (use either of the bug or feature-request tags).

Depending on the team's decision they will update with one of the following tags and possibly an answer or comment:


Whether they use a private bug tracker internally such as FogBugz I couldn't possibly say.

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Thanks. If a private bugtracking tool is used I might have taken it's use as an endorsement. – user137837 Nov 22 '09 at 16:28

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