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Re: [SLUG] bugtracking tool
- To: Gottfried Szing <gottfried@xxxxxxxx>
- Subject: Re: [SLUG] bugtracking tool
- From: Chris Collins <gosub3000@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Wed, 25 May 2005 11:30:03 +0100
- Cc: slug@xxxxxxxxxxx
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- Reply-to: Chris Collins <gosub3000@xxxxxxxxx>
I'd have to recommend Mantis Bug Tracker (http://www.mantisbt.org/
It's a web based bug tracking tool based on MySQL and PHP.
It's most prominent features include ease of use, email notifications,
audit trails etc. More details and a demo server are available at
the homepage above.
On 5/25/05, Gottfried Szing <gottfried@xxxxxxxx> wrote:
does somebody know a nive OS-bugtracking tool for linux with an
webinterface that is not so bloated like bugzilla but more powerfull
than a spreadsheet? a spreadsheet cannot handle a "history" for a bug
and bugzilla is to powerful.
it would be enough to submit a bug, to maintain a history of the bug
(comments, ...) and to categorize a product into components to which a
bug can be assigned to. optionally attachments and notification of the
bugsumitter and coder would be nice.
the users are technicians and developers.
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