Re: Your Thoughts on This Solution
a bounty for finding bugs
I think that the entire approach of "killing bugs" is a wrong paradigm.
In my estimation most bugs in the product that has reached the customer are there by design. In other words, there is either (1) a design failure or (2) a marketing consideration.
(1) "We never imagined that they would want to do that."
(2) "It is not a bug; you have to buy the upgrade to get the ability to save files without having them corrupted."
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