I chatted some with some of the Debian folks who maintain Debbugs.  They 
thought it would take a significant amount of work to adapt it to 
PostgreSQL, in addition to the obvious needs to improve the web interface.

RT has some significant short comings for our project such as not having 
good support for tying bugs to versions etc.   As people have pointed out, 
it's a "Request Tracker", not necessarily a Bug Tracker.

On the other hand, a lot of my personal dislike of BugZilla seems to be 
based on being forced to use old versions.   A lot of the stuff I hate 
about it has been fixed in the current version.

So, the question is whether any of our biggest bug-fixers would dig in 
their heels and scream "No!" if we gave BugZilla a try.   Comments?


Josh Berkus
PostgreSQL @ Sun
San Francisco

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