I disagree. Perlmonks can be a bug report if the author happens to be a monk, and happens to have the time to look at it. YMMV. TMTOWTDI. TTFN.
PS: it's called "attitude". You can be positive or you can be negative. There's no requirement to be positive and a pushover. Not that there's a requirement to be positive. But not only will it help you get what you want (bug reports in a place you can keep track of it), it may get you stuff that you'd really like (help, patches), and it surely will help your blood pressure. Calm down already!
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