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Issue Tracking Software

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08-21-2009, 08:38 AM
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Hey Guys,
I'm looking for a simple issue tracking software, do you have any suggestions?
Trac is the closest thing I can find to what I want, but i cant get it to install on my host.
Looking forward to you responses.

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Is this for internal use in development, or do you need to correspond and track customers' issues? Have you looked at FogBugz? Not open-source, but the monthly hosted rate is fairly modest from what I recall. It's good for just internal use, but can also be used for customer communication if you need that.

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It might be good to list your server details. Windows? Linux? PHP, Java or ASP?

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I've heard good things about BugTracker.NET. It's supposed to be modeled after FogBugz or at least influenced by it. It is free so it's worth a try.

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