I would like to know the best way to notify ESRI of a possible defect in the JSAPI and gis.stackexchange seems like the best mechanism for doing so (Derek reads it and fixes it). That being said, what is the proper way to notify ESRI of a defect?
The defect in this case is posted on jsfiddle and can be seen by placing the mouse over the map. Notice the onMouseMove event continuously fires. This required a workaround on my part because I was using the onMouseMove event to re-project (esri.config.defaults.geometryService.project) coordinates and if the user left the mouse over the map it was eating up bandwidth.
Fires any time the mouse pointer moves over the map region. A common use for this event is to show the current x,y coordinate of the map as the user moves the mouse pointer.
Hence the claim that this is a defect. This is true in 2.8 and 2.9 (beta)