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    Bug/Issue tracking System?

    Anyone know any good bug tracking systems?

    Preferably php based?

    I'm using Mantis for my opensource project at the moment but its a bit overkill.

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    RequestTracker?

    I've been looking at the PivotalTracker hosted solution too which you might like to consider.
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    I like the look of pivotaltracker thanks.

    Also looking at Redmine - Overview - Redmine but ruby is a pain to install on IIS

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    last time i needed to track bugs and issues, i used post it notes stuck to the monitor.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zag View Post
    I like the look of pivotaltracker thanks.

    Also looking at Redmine - Overview - Redmine but ruby is a pain to install on IIS
    Yeah, I wouldn't even bother trying to run a Ruby app from scratch on Windows or Linux - dependency hell. However, there's a self-contained installable version for various platforms which I've had success with in the past - BitNami :: Redmine

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