I was chatting tonight with the guy who maintains the Cooperative Bug Isolation Project: http://www.cs.berkeley.edu/~liblit/sampler/ His work has helped me a lot with Rhythmbox - certainly he's found some important bugs. I wonder if it might make sense to include something like this in Fedora. It's a really well done project - they have it so users can easily opt-out (certainly we could change the default to opt-in), and even include a tray icon. They've thought about privacy a lot: http://www.cs.berkeley.edu/~liblit/sampler/learn-more/privacy/ It does kind of go along with Fedora's philosophy of being a proving ground. Anyways, not something to do lightly of course, but it's a pretty cool project, and the main author writes *fantastic* bug reports.
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