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Re: [OT] interested in subversion-friendly project management SW

From: Paul DeMarco <paul_at_pauldemarco.com>
Date: 2005-01-16 05:50:42 CET

Trac (http://projects.edgewall.com/trac) works really well, and not to
limit it off the bat, but i think it works best in smaller teams (<20),
that require minimal overhead but complete tracking, it has:

 * issue tracking
 * explicit svn integration
 * built in wiki
 * search ability, custom ticket properties, notification
 * rss feeds for events
 * a pretty customizable query and sql based (aka flexible) reporting engine
 * to boot, its got a nice UI as well

ok, so a bit of a sales pitch

--paul

Robert P. J. Day wrote:

> in addition to using svn strictly for version control, i'm
>interested in migrating to other management tools that work well with
>subversion.
>
> as a start, a wiki, and i can see that there is a "subwiki" project
>at tigris, so i'll be looking into that shortly.
>
> in addition, an issue tracker and, again, i see "scarab" so i'll
>poke around there as well.
>
> as a general question, is anyone using an entire set of svn-related
>software to handle all (or many) aspects of project management? how
>well does it work? and where should i really be asking questions like
>this? :-)
>
>rday
>
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