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Re: Bug/feature tracker?
From: Teófilo Couto <teofilo.couto () anubisnetworks com>
Date: Fri, 14 Jan 2011 17:08:50 +0000

On Fri, 2011-01-14 at 17:06 +0000, Teófilo Couto wrote: 
Hi there,

I think that would be nice to have some spot where users could suggest
new features and report/track detected bugs.

@ my company we are using trac as our bug tracking tool! It's directly
integrated with the svn reps and it's a good tool for the job!

Personally @ BNK, i'm using flyspray! it's one of those things that
simply "works and does his job" nothing fancy. 

With trac i think that users need to have svn credentials to access it!
Flyspray can be accessed as guest (with proper config so that no extra
shit happens) , users without svn credentials could add their
feature requests and bug reporting.

Not sure if this is the desired, but stills hope it helps somehow!

Best regards!

On Fri, 2011-01-14 at 10:48 -0600, Ron wrote: 
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Hey,

I'm starting to feel like we seriously need to consider some form of a bug/feature tracker for Nmap (and 
sub-projects). There are a lot of requests/features/bugs that get forgotten about (I'll take the blame for some of 
those :) ) and, while I know we have a TODO file, it seems like it would be easier to track new features and to 
plan releases if we had an actual bug tracker. 

Any thoughts?

Ron
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