Which is just as broken as any other system that tries to put all the testing on the shoulders of the users while the maintainers just push whatever half-assed patch or change they managed to get to compile.
Also, just as broken as any system that requires a bazillion steps in order to register the umpteenth-million web account the user has just to report a bug. I stopped reporting bugs on most projects long ago when I realized that between filling out a ton of irrelevant personal data, and then waiting up to 15 minutes (actually, a few times evne longer) for a confirmation email to show up, all so I could type in a one sentence bug report, it took more time to file a bug report on most software than it did to download and install an alternative app from people who knew what they were doing.
Bug report forms should never require a login and should not require any extra steps before actually getting to the part where you fill in the bug report. If you're worried about spam, hook up the bug report form to Akismet -- my bug trackers are all public, (optionally) anonymous, fully functional, and have never had so much as a single spam message posted to them (that hasn't been filtered by Akismet).