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Ticketing System (was Re: The backbone that sucks least?)
From: "matthew zeier" <matthew () velvet org>
Date: Sat, 29 Sep 2001 11:41:54 -0700
Keystone is, unfortunatly, indisputably dead at the moment. White
Pajama Software bought it from Stonekeep, and promptedly turfed it in
favor of their homegrown software. The source is "available", but it
was never released under any kind of OSS license, so you're stuck with
the last "official" release (which, while usable, still had tons of
bugs and usability issues), and there's no active development going
on right now.
For a while I tried WP's system. It was nice but buggy as all heck. And
slow too. They supposedly would only support T1s - any problem I had was
attributed to either my dialup or my cable modem. And when I requested SSL,
performance went straight down.
I've seen nothing I like better, warts and all.
I switched to using RT - www.fsck.com - which is actually an extremely good
The backbone that sucks least? JC Dill (Sep 25)
Re: The backbone that sucks least? Chris Beggy (Sep 26)
Re: The backbone that sucks least? Nathan J . Mehl (Sep 28)
Re: The backbone that sucks least? Paul Vixie (Sep 29)
Ticketing System (was Re: The backbone that sucks least?) matthew zeier (Sep 29)
RE: Our Qwest Testimonial: qwestoutage.com Smith, Rick (Sep 18)
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