On Tue, Jun 29, 1999 at 09:00:46PM -0300, The Hermit Hacker wrote:
On Tue, 29 Jun 1999, Tom Lane wrote:

5. Install a bug tracking system.
We desperately need a better system than we have, IMHO; the visibility
of bug status is just horrible. But finding the manpower to set up
a better system is a problem :-(

Since some folks have mentioned possible sources of bug-tracking
systems, I'll suggest Mozilla's Bugzilla and related software as
another thing worth looking at, if anyone is feeling motivated to
go look...
Saw that one, but it uses a MySQL backend, and, for some very odd reason,
I'm not willing to install that on my servr :) Anyone want to look at
what it would take to make use of PostgreSQL?
I implemented (well, ported) the bug tracking system we use at
Be. It is Apache/PHP/Postgres and seems to be working just fine with about
22,000 records. I would be willing to modify it and set it up, but am
currently lacking somewhat in bandwidth. I may be lacking in hardware
depending on the amount of traffic.

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