[Clam-devel] Bugtracking, time to change?

Xavier Amatriain xavier at amatriain.net
Thu May 15 15:06:53 PDT 2008

I don't know if this is moving, but another one to consider is Trac. It 
definitely has a different style but I think it fits our
needs (integration with svn, wiki...):




Hernán Ordiales wrote:
> On Thu, Apr 10, 2008 at 11:55 AM, Pau Arumí Albó <parumi at iua.upf.edu> wrote:
>> Hi,
>>  I feel we are not using the bugtracking as much and as well as we
>>  should. A big part of it is because the GForge tool we are using [1] is
>>  behind other software like track or mantis in terms of usability and
>>  functionality.
>>  Maybe we could take advantage of upcoming summer season with new people
>>  and new energy into the project to change to a new tool and revitalize
>>  the bugtracking (and ideas tracking).
>>  I have a very good impression on launchpad [2] but i know there other
>>  fine options out there (i don't want to go into detailed
>>  reasons/features now).
>>  So what is the devs (specially the core ones) feeling about this? Do we
>>  need to change at all?
>>  Just wanted to rise the discussion - we are not in any kind of hurry.
> i like the idea
> if you prefer an open-source option to install in your own servers,
> i'd recommend flyspray[1] which also has some
> project-managment/planning features (i already installed it before, so
> i can help in doing it if it's needed)
> Here you can try a demo: http://flyspray.org/demo
> anyway launchpad seems very nice ;-)
> [1] http://flyspray.org/start
> cheers

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