Today at Scotch on the Rocks, Adam Lehman announced the launch of a new public bug base: https://bugbase.adobe.com. This is a simple, HTML-based application built in ColdFusion. Currently you can log bugs against ColdFusion Builder 2 and the bug base itself, but Adam has said all products (and old data) will be transitioned over time.
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New public bug base launched
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Too bad they didn't import the existing bugs from the old bug base. :(
As said - old data will be imported in time.
Is there any way to browse bugs that have been submitted?
We are in the process of migrating bugs.
You need to use search to browse bugs.
I've had some ColdFusion Builder 2 bugs sitting in the bugbase since May and they are still marked 'unverified'. What good is a bug database if it is not utilized by the developers?
As with all products, we have to triage the bugs that can be fixed. Just because the issues you raised have not been processed yet does not imply that the entire tracker is pointless. I can tell you for a fact it is very much indeed used by the engineers.