As a service to Web Developers everywhere that just want to know how to workaround some of the most annoying browser bugs and/or find out when they will be fixed, this site was put together.
As mentioned from the onset, the idea was to tie into existing bug tracking systems wherever possible, and provide updates when the status of any bug changes.
In addition, we think it is important to provide info on the official bug tracking systems, as this site is by no means a complete solution. The following list indicates the bug tracking system available for each Web Browser:
Official Public Bug Tracking Sites:
- Mozilla/Firefox: Mozilla Bugzilla
- Google Chrome: Chromium Isues
- Internet Explorer:
IE Feedback, IE8 Feedback (reopened for IE8 Beta cycle)
- Safari: WebKit Bugzilla
- Konqueror: KDE Bug Tracking System
- Opera: Opera Bug Tracking
- Maxthon: Maxthon Forum (note: for bugs in the browser layout / rendering, see IE bug tracking)
Unfortunately Microsoft seems to not be interested in receiving any bug reports for IE (6 or 7). This doesn't sit well as a company policy as Browsers move ahead as the default development platform of Enterprise Applications however we hope that as IE8 appears over the horizon, that they realize the mistake in this approach and provide public tracking of issues.
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