Just to emphasize a point that’s already been made, but believe me, you would not find the bug list in the least bit helpful. As a tester I sometimes see small sections of it, and even though I’m involved in the process, those things aren’t particularly meaningful because they’re quite technical and cover minutiae that isn’t easily translatable into common experience. You would soon become suicidal if you were to try to scan pages and pages of that stuff looking for a particular item, and it’s quite possible that you could skim right over because of the way its described.
If there’s a particular bug that interests you, and you want to know if it’s been fixed, open Cinema and check for yourself. You’ll get your answer much more quickly than you would have by scanning a bug list.
It would require a significant amount of work to make the list in any way helpful for the average, or even advanced, user. Is that really how you want Maxon to spend it’s time? Personally I’d rather they invest their time in making the program even more stable and coming up with cool new features.