[whups] Status of whups

Ben Curtis bcurtis@bencurtis.com
Fri, 16 Feb 2001 10:49:36 -0800

Well, I guess I can always submit (and swipe) code here are there, can't I? :)

On Fri, Feb 16, 2001 at 12:49:04AM -0500, Chuck Hagenbuch wrote:
> Quoting Ben Curtis <bcurtis@bencurtis.com>:
> > I watch this list because I'm (slowly) working on my own bug tracker
> > (www.sourceforge.net/projects/phpbt) that arose out of my frustrations using
> > bugzilla.  Of course, there are other php-based bug tracking packages out
> > there as well (mantis at www.sourceforge.net/projects/mantisbt being one)
> > that are attacking the same problem with the same tools.  Would there be a
> > benefit (if it's possible) from combining the efforts of these projects?  It
> > just seems to me that there is a potential for duplicated/wasted effort, and
> > I would personally prefer one great tool than a few that are fair to
> > middling.  Ah well, just thinking out loud and interested in your thoughts as
> > well. 
> Well, working together is good if the people working together have a common 
> goal. =) From my perspective, we want something that will use Horde 
> authentication, preferences, and the rest of our services, and more 
> importantly, tie into our other tools like Chora. So that kind of means staying 
> within Horde. But if there are people that can live with those goals and want 
> to collaborate on the bugs part of it, I'd love to hear from you. =)
> -chuck
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