Am 03.10.10 16:39, schrieb Nguyen Vu Hung:
Bugzilla is a good bugtracking system but as I know we will change to
our bugzilla. Atm we shere the bugzilla with many other projects.
freedesktop.org is smart for small projects. For LO it's more a
On Sun, Oct 3, 2010 at 3:17 PM, Olivier R.<email@example.com> wrote:
Le 03/10/2010 00:23, Cor Nouws a écrit :
LibreOffice is a big project and should have his own bugtracker.
Is there something planned about this?
I think FreeDesktop's bugzilla is good enough for the time being.
This is our *own* bug tracking system.
# I prefer Redmine.org but bugzilla is good *enough*
Is there any better alternative that you recommend?
For your information the issuetracker on the OOo Project has mor as the
duble of Bugs as Freedesktop.org has on all projects ;-)
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