Please do not use the same page title for all issues / discussions. For example when you go to project "AJAX Control Toolkit" you find that each post in the issue tracker has the same page title:
<title>AJAX Control Toolkit - View Issue</title>
This is not good. At least the title of the issue should be present in within the HTML <title> tags.
Example of better use - short and precise title for a specific issue:
<title>#16903: DropShadow interfer with DragPanel</title>
Following this convention will give you meaningful listings when you perform searches via search engines like Google. Remember that what is within the title element is what is displayed in search engine results pages. For example, in Google's search field you may type the following to get a listing of all pages within the issue tracker for "AJAX Control Toolkit"
What you get now is merely a listing of blue links all reading the same:
"AJAX Control Toolkit - View Issue"
This is rather useless to distinguish the pages.
Moreover, better use of title element will help users from the outside world to find relevant projects via search engine result pages. When users here at CodePlex create a new discussion post/issue the subject is often chosen carefully. This effort is currently wasted except for internal searches within CodePlex.
If some variant of the above suggestion is followed I would at not all be surprised if we see a drastic increase in hits from Google and other search engines.