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Re: [opensuse] Applications question
  • From: Pascal Bleser <pascal.bleser@xxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Thu, 01 Feb 2007 07:07:16 +0100
  • Message-id: <45C18394.8020105@xxxxxxxxx>
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Art Fore wrote:
> We have a Suse 10.1 file server at work using Samba. ( it was formally
> Redhad, but Suse is much easier to administer). It is present having
> Subversion installed on it and will have a postgress database for a
> partws database on it (prently using postgres locally for the
> database).
> One new requirement we need to fullfill is a defect entry program where
> we can enter hardware and/or software defects for record so they do not
> get lost and can be corrected. I have looked at MrProject before about
> two yearss ago, but it is very difficult to use and was not ready for
> prime time. I was thing of maybe using Drupal for something like this.
> Does anyone have any experience or wise advise on such a system using
> Apache server and webbrowser clients? Any input would be much
> appreciated.

You can use general-purpose bugtracker/ticket systems for that.
There are a few out there:
- - Bugzilla:
- - Mantis:
- - Eventum:
- - Flyspray:
- - Roundup:
- - Trac:
- - JTrac:

And there's also JIRA. It's commercial (free for opensource projects)
but it's really, really good, not very expensive and the support is

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