2015-09-25 9:57 GMT+02:00 Torsten Zuehlsdorff <mailingli...@toco-domains.de>:
> On 24.09.2015 20:23, David Fetter wrote:
>> On Thu, Sep 24, 2015 at 12:10:07PM -0600, Ryan Pedela wrote:
>>> Kam Lasater wrote:
>>>> I'd suggest: Github Issues, Pivotal Tracker or Redmine (probably in
>>>> that order). There are tens to hundreds of other great ones out there,
>>>> I'm sure one of them would also work.
>>> Why not just use Github issues?
>> Is Github issues something we can run ourselves?
>> If not, it's a proprietary system which has a proprietor whose
>> existence even next month is not guaranteed, and whose interests are
>> not guaranteed to align with ours into an indefinite future.
>> In some very important sense, it does not matter what features a
>> system has if it isn't one we can control.  At a minimum, this means
>> we need to run it in its entirety on resources we control, and we need
>> to be able to patch any piece of it on our own say-so.
> + 1
> Instead of Github maybe GitLab is a good choice. There is an open source
> community edition you have the full control over. And it is used by more
> than 100.000 organizations:
> https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/GitLab

Of course everyone has their own preferences. Just wanted to point you
to roundup [1].


- Simple
- Python
- Very easy to extend
- Integrates well with e-mail
- Complete web interface

We use it for the Tryton [2] project and the source code we use is
available here [3] so you can take a look how easy it is to add new
fields and other stuff.

We use mercurial but commits automatically close the bug reports and
we have links with the codereview.

[1] http://roundup.sourceforge.net/docs/features.html
[2] https://bugs.tryton.org
[3] http://hg.tryton.org/bugs.tryton.org/

Albert Cervera i Areny
Tel. 93 553 18 03

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