On Mon, 17 Apr 2000, Peter Eisentraut wrote:
> On Mon, 17 Apr 2000, Vince Vielhaber wrote:
> > Bugtool status: It takes bug reports, puts them in the database and
> > sends email to the specified address. So far I can only view the
> > entire list of bugs, I still need to do the search page and decide
> > on a place for uploaded files, and do a quick techtool for it. So
> > it's almost done.
> So I take it you're not sold on Gnats or Bugzilla?
I need simple to administer, straightforward, easy to use, expandable
to fit our needs, runs without grief in PostgreSQL, easy to setup. I
can write one that suits our needs in less time than it'd take me to
learn the minimun on one of the others. We've already tried a couple
of other bug trackers and they all met the same fate, mainly because
they were a pita to setup and use. I only have another couple of hours
work to go on this one then I can easily integrate it into the website.
But before I do that I need to get a new radiusd running on the customer
auth machine for pop4 and build a kiosk so I can get it painted and have
the screen printer put my logo on it for a show I'll be at in about 3
and a half weeks. Anyone else going to Dayton?
Vince Vielhaber -- KA8CSH email: vev(at)michvhf(dot)com http://www.pop4.net
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