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View Poll Results: Shall the "Google searchengine bugzilla" feature remain?
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Old 9th April 2009, 12:30 PM
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Poll on Bugzilla google search engine feature

Hi guys,

please decide on the bugzilla google search engine feature.

This poll is public. Everybody will be able to see you choice. The decision is binding once one of the options reaches 60 votes. In a really clear situation 30 votes are enough. The vote will close on the 14.04.2009.

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