The context is this that I'm picking up the pieces of some older projects, and also trying to track several new projects under a larger, umbrella project. It's hard to convince everyone to tag all their bugs with "Parent project" in addition to "Subproject."
The most obvious way to solve this is with project hierarchies--automatically include all bugs in Project Child in Project Parent or whatever.
Another alternative that will work for now is to just save a query that shows all bugs in known subprojects. The problem is that such a query could not be updated. Ideally, a static link to this saved query could be distributed to leads and PMs so everyone can keep tabs on how we're doing overall. However, I keep discovering or creating new subprojects. Is there a way to update an existing saved query? I can either rename the existing query or save a new query under the same name but with a different link, but can't figure out how to update the parameters on an existing query. Either way, we need some sort of organization for large projects. Any suggestions?