On the usefulness of the remote column
I'm not sure if the "Remote" column in the tracker has any use at all
anymore. Its value is always 0 in the sql database, so it's always
shown as "no" (except for when the issue is not in the database, and
then it is shown as blank, which doesn't really convey anything
meaningful). It never says "yes".
I am inclined to remove it from the tracker pages. Any thoughts?
NVD's range_user_init (indicating whether the attack vector is
user-initiated or not) may be more useful/interesting.