[sword-devel] sf project and bug tracking

Chris Little chrislit at crosswire.org
Fri Jul 23 15:05:52 MST 2004

I'll 'me too' the suggestion to add bug tracking on crosswire.org.  I 
actually like bugzilla, but jitterbug is also quite nice.


Daniel Glassey wrote:

> On Fri, 2004-07-23 at 19:20, Martin Gruner wrote:
>>I just disabled many features of Sword's project entry at sourceforge as it 
>>was not maintained. Last public downloadable version of sword there was 
>>1.5.5. I suggest that we only keep it as a link to crosswire.org, but not 
>>doing any development there.
>>However, the bug tracker still contains items and the bug tracking solution 
>>for Sword was not yet made. Should we run our own bug tracker at crosswire or 
>>continue to use sf's facilities?
> A bug tracker at crosswire.org sounds like a good idea - people in
> general (y'know, the kinda people that would need to use it ;) ) haven't
> been keen on the sf one.
> We would need to decide what one to use. Apart from bugzilla (which I'm
> not really suggesting) I don't know what is out there. Have people got
> suggestions of systems they think might be suitable?
> Regards,
> Daniel
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