Yesterday I was invited onto the group that administers the Debian bug tracking system. I can't decide whether to be intimidated or excited. There's a great deal to do: my first couple of major projects look set to be integrating some of the existing QA interfaces to release-critical bug tracking, and developing a tool to help us edit spam out of bug histories.
Perhaps I should bite the bullet and take over the bug tracking system at work, just so that I can compare Debbugs to Bugzilla fairly. Then again, I already have twice as much to do there as I really want.