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Re: Issue tracker plugin suggestion

From: Ryan J Ollos <ryano_at_physiosonics.com>
Date: Mon, 28 Dec 2009 17:36:26 -0800 (PST)

Dedalus-3 wrote:
>
> I see some things about issue tracker as track, readmine, gurtle...
> Based on your expirience, what is the best (free) issue tracker?
>

I only have experience with Trac and Mantis, but I like both of them. I'd
suggest Trac if you want additional features such as a Wiki, Repository
Browser, etc ... Trac can be extended with a huge number of available
plug-ins (see trac-hacks.org).

If you just need an issue tracker, Mantis has more issue tracker features
than Trac.

I'd suggest you read up on some of the threads in StackOverflow if you want
to gather a wide variety of user experience.

If you don't have much experience working with an issue tracker, I'd suggest
choosing one of the more popular ones and using it until you have some
experience and know what you want out of it. Choose one of the more popular
issue trackers to start because there is likely to be a script available to
export the DB into whatever issue tracker you decide upon later on. Unless
you have a lot of experience working with issue trackers and can carefully
spell out your requirements, it is difficult to determine up front which
will best meet your needs.

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