[Mono-dev] [Mono-list] Mono Project: Next Steps
stifu at free.fr
Fri Jul 8 11:05:28 EDT 2011
I'm happy with Bugzilla, but that may be just me. I haven't used YouTrack or
other alternatives. It's just that at work, I'm used to either Excel files,
or a bug tracking system that is much more complex and buggy than Bugzilla
has ever been or will ever be. Packed with all the features you'd expect
from a Web 0.5 app: nasty JS, everything opens in a pop up, windows are
resized automatically, there is a timer as you fill a bug report...
... So yeah, I'm actually spoiled with Bugzilla. But if there are better
alternatives, then let's go for it.
> I agree; Bugzilla is /extremely painful/ to use. It generally has an
> overengineered and way too complex interface.
> On Fri, Jul 8, 2011 at 4:45 PM, Dale Ragan
> <dale.ragan at sinesignal.com> wrote:
>> Miguel de Icaza wrote:
>> we have packages, we will setup a new website for the Mono project
>> where we can host the software and the other project resources, like a
>> wiki, forums, etc. So we are working on a separate domain to host both a
>> Mono web site and the software, and that should be up in the next week
>> or two.
>> How would the community feel switching from Bugzilla to YouTrack?
>> YouTrack is free for open-source projects and there's instructions on
>> to import Bugzilla issues into YouTrack. I hear nothing but gripes about
>> Bugzilla and I think this would be a good time to switch if everybody is
>> : http://www.jetbrains.com/youtrack/
>> : http://confluence.jetbrains.net/display/YTD2/Import+from+Bugzilla
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