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From Stefano Mazzocchi <stef...@apache.org>
Subject Re: Track feature requests in bugzilla? (was Re: DO NOT REPLY [Bug 10203] - Docs referenced by XSLT's document() are not included in cache validity)
Date Thu, 09 Oct 2003 15:21:11 GMT

On Thursday, Oct 9, 2003, at 16:05 Europe/Rome, Andrew Savory wrote:

>
> Hi,
>
> On Thu, 9 Oct 2003, Stefano Mazzocchi wrote:
>
>> Forrest uses Jira. Jira is much better than bugzilla. Jeff works for
>> the company that produces it. There is also a migration tool between
>> bugzilla and Jira. It's commercial, but free for open source use.
>>
>> I would be +1 to migrate to Jira.
>
> -1 for Jira.
>
> Sorry Stefano, but I don't believe we should be using proprietary  
> software
> for critical infrastructure.
>
> - We would have no access to the source code
> - We would have to rely on a single organisation for development and  
> support
> - We have no guarantee that the license would be in perpetuity (I can't
> find a copy of the license on their site).
>
> For open source bts, Atlassian recommend bugzilla.
> http://www.atlassian.com/software/jira/docs/latest/ 
> faq.html#is_jira_open_source
>
> I know bugzilla's interface can be tiresome, but it _does_ do the job,
> it's tested and deployed worldwide, and it is free/libre.

hey, you sound like RMS, scary ;-)

all right, all right. don't want to fight but just remember that  
Forrest uses Jira (which is also installed already on cocoondev.org)  
and that i believe Jeff would patch a bug report much faster than you  
could do with the bugzilla source code in hand (having perl sourcecode  
or java binary code, IMO, it's the same thing)

but I agree on your third point: locking could be applied (even if a  
very bad move for them).

but don't impose bugzilla as the center of our work organization, it's  
just too bad. :-(

--
Stefano.


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