wolfgang at r007
Sep 13, 2011, 2:05 AM
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Am 13.09.2011 um 05:51 schrieb Andrew McMillan:
> On Mon, 2011-09-12 at 10:23 +0200, Matthias Althaus wrote:
>> have you thought about using an issue tracker to organize the stuff? I
>> find these much more usable than hacking stuff into a wiki.
> I can write such add-ons, of course, but the platform would need to have
> some kind of interface to support that kind of stuff. I suspect RT is
> the one (it has a command-line client, which makes me happy :-), though
> perhaps RedMine has caught up some of those features now.
Just a quick word on RT: Yes, it's a great issue tracker. But I've always
felt it was more geared towards helpdesk/ITIL-service-lifecycle issue
tracking. (As in, it has a big focus on reporting that is needed for ITIL
style performance evaluation, but maybe too much for software development.)
The more software-minded trackers make (e.g.) release planning much less
Maybe we should collect the alternatives and properly review them.
I've taken the liberty of creating a wiki page for this purpose:
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