I appreciate having this forum for documentation feedback, but it seems like the current existing methods would be sufficient if documentation fixes were a priority. There are currently more than 100 open documentation bugs in the issue tracker. Based on my experience there must be hundreds more that are open but only visible to the submitter because they haven't moved to the public tracker. There's no need for complex system testing or regression on documentation bugs, so why do these get hung up in the submission process for months? If submitted bugs were actually added to the public issue tracker where they can be voted on we might not even need this forum.