[Dovecot] Bug tracking system
barry at python.org
Sat Jan 20 00:27:35 UTC 2007
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On Jan 19, 2007, at 6:09 PM, Timo Sirainen wrote:
> There are three reasons why I haven't really bothered setting up a bug
> tracking system for Dovecot:
> 1) They're all kind of annoying to use.
> 2) They all require a lot of stuff like PHP, SQL server, etc. which I
> don't really want to put into dovecot.org.
If you don't mind it being closed source, I would highly recommend
Jira from Atlassian. First, it's an excellent bug tracking system
and second, Atlassian (the company that makes Jira and it's wiki
companion Confluence) provides free hosted services for some open
source projects. I took them up on the offer for Mailman's wiki (see
wiki.list.org) and am in the process of transitioning our bug
tracking system from SourceForge to Jira (bugs.list.org). My main
hang up is/was just extracting the data from SF and converting it for
import into Jira -- but you won't have that problem because you're
starting from scratch. ;)
Oh, and while the /systems/ are closed, your data is not, so you can
always extract it if you wanted to move again.
If you want, contact me off-list and I'll see if I can dig up the
Atlassian contact information.
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