"The best software developers in the world know you can't create
code without bugs--it's just not possible. However, new open source
software being put to use by open source projects including
Evolution, Gaim, theGimp, Gnome, Rhythmbox and others can more
quickly find the worst bugs, including those that are causing
hangups for most users. In turn, users can automatically report
back on software quality with a program known as the Cooperative
Bug Isolation Project.
"Created by University of Wisconsin-Madison Assistant Professor
of Computer Sciences Ben Liblit, the software code is available
under the open source BSD license, partly because the project
originated at the license namesake Berkeley, and partly because
that was the license that could be used 'without raising lawyers'
eyebrows,' Liblit told LinuxInsider..."