Making Red Hat bugzilla indexable by Google
This got me to think about something I remember discussing last LinuxTag during a Fedora dinner when Red Hat's Bugzilla was the subject. Currently RHbz is not indexed by Google and in my opinion this is hurting the Red Hat, Fedora, but also the CentOS community.
If you search for a problem (eg. revelation pygtk EL-5) or if you have an exact error message (I failed to find a good example here), the keywords may bring you to posts on the internet, but the most important resource, Red Hat's Bugzilla content, will not be part of your search results.
While in fact it benefits Red Hat and Fedora directly if the community discusses their issues and bugs in one location. It benefits users because they can keep track of solutions and share problems with others. And searching Google is faster and easier than using Bugzilla's search.
So don't see this as criticism, think of this as one area where Red Hat could improve and foster their community. I discussed Launchpad yesterday regarding working with upstream and I think Canonical is doing much better regarding community building. (Despite Launchpad not being free software, which is a complete different topic.)