Yeah, something that allows us users to see if our bug has been fixed and/or included in the current release.
Right now it's impossible for us that spot bugs to know if the present release (that's continually revised and updated) actually includes the relevant fixes or not.
I've already fallen foul to reporting a bug, which is noted and reported "fixed", then when I've downloaded the latest release that was updated that day (and probably should have included the fixes) it's not been fixed jsut yet, and when the upgrade is done bugs that were patched in the interim become "unfixed".
Whilst a forum is great to chat about submitted bugs, a simple free system (there's loads available) that allows us to submit a bugtrack in a standardised format to you and then track if it's fixed/not-fixed/included/rejected etc would be great. I'd not remove the forum that's here, but a companion to it that allows us to submit bugs allows those of us that are interested in helping out to be a bit more organised.
IMHO having a rolling 3.1 release with a static version number that doesn't change, yet with code that actually changes each day is a very bad idea. Otherwise it's almost impossible to track what's new in a release and what's been fixed.