- Simple: as few features as possible
- flexible: Bugs doesn't decide whether you should think in term of priorities, types of issues, milestones, etc... Instead, Bugs uses a Tags system that you can set up to match your own way of dealing with stuff.
- open source: was, is, and always will be.
- Multilingual: so your clients can feel at home with it.
- Handy: issues can be written in Markdown, commented so you keep the discussion organized, and have print-screens.
- Reliable: you get a warning email whenever someone comments, closes or assigns you a bug ticket (unless you did it to yourself, you sick mind).
- Default Assignee per project
- Planned duration for a ticket with comparation progress bar;
- Attach file to a ticket
- Expensible with « Report » project
- Easy install process
- Wysiwyg text processor
- Several roles & privileges:
- User: can only read the issues in the projects they are assigned to
- Developer: can update issues in the projects they are assigned to
- Manager: can update issues in all projects, even if they aren't assigned
- Administrator: can update all issues in all projects, create users and view administration
|On server||Under docker|
2012-2014 : Tiny Issue
2014-2017 : Bugs
2017- : Bugs
- Patrick Allaire, ptre Versions 1.5 to