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To: John Goerzen <jgoerzen@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
Cc: Martijn Pieters <mj@xxxxxxxx>, offlineimap@xxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: Re: What issue tracker to use?
From: dLux <dlux@xxxxxxx>
Date: Mon, 15 Jul 2002 22:51:14 +0200

/--- On Mon, Jul 15, 2002 at 01:30:35PM -0500, John Goerzen wrote:
| My general requirements for a BTS are:
| 1. Bugs be manipulatable via e-mail;
| 2. Bugs should be able to be assigned to specific people;
| 3. Plain-text, free-form reports should be receivable via e-mail;
| 4. a web-based front-end;
| 5. security is important.
| Unfortunately, there is no BTS that meets all my criteria.  I have used
| GNATS before, which works, but fails on #5.  Jitterbug is another
| possibility, which fails #1.  I have not followed it recently, but it may be
| better than it was.  I could also set up a localized version of the Debian
| BTS.  (Incidentally, the Debian BTS also fails on #5; any member of the
| public can manipulate any bug report.  In fact, we have had trouble with bug
| reports getting closed by spam recently.)

Have you tried bugzilla? I think it fulfills most of these requirements,
but I am not sure..


Szabó, Balázs (dLux)
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