From: William E. Kempf (wekempf_at_[hidden])
Date: 2003-03-24 12:00:46
Beman Dawes said:
> There was some discussion of a better tracking system once before, but I
> really think we need to get going on this now. The problems are much
> more serious.
> What systems work for others in an Internet environment like Boost? Who
> could act as host? I see the GCC folks are migrating from GNATS to
The only bug tracking systems I have experience with are commercial.
However, I did run across a link for an interesting project the other day
that may be worth looking into. TUTOS
(http://www.tutos.org/homepage/about.html) goes beyond bug tracking and
into full project management. As such, the bug tracking may be less
robust than dedicated applications like Bugzilla? But it also would
address other things that could make maintaining Boost much nicer for both
developers and release managers. Of course, since I have no experience
with this, it may be a non-start suggestion, but I thought it would at
least be worth posting the link.
-- William E. Kempf
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