> Others assert that, while it will never be possible to fix every > reported bug, the bugs that really matter are being addressed. This is a dangerous attitude. Bugs are bad. Reported but unfixed bugs have a nasty tendency to have security implications. Unreported bugs are the ones that should really frighten ya. Eventually a policy needs to be enforced that only very well reviewed code goes in. Obviously that won't work for device drivers since they continually churn.
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