On 05/31/2011 11:05 AM, Alvaro Herrera wrote:
> Excerpts from Joshua D. Drake's message of mar may 31 12:32:43 -0400 2011:
>>> Given that you have been one of the people calling for a bug tracker,
>>> and these are the two most widely used systems available, what's wrong
>>> with them and what else would you suggest?
>> Just FYI, CMD uses redmine and so far it is the best we have found. It
>> isn't perfect certainly but overall it does a nice job. It supports
>> email integration as well as plugins (we have even written a couple).
> I certainly wouldn't suggest that Redmine wouldn't cause a change in
> workflow though.
Nor am I, I was mainly bringing it up as a (better) alternative to
bugzilla and rt.
Joshua D. Drake
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