- Originally developed for the Psi project, Flyspray is an easy to use bug tracking system for those who don't require all the complexities of something like Bugzilla. It supports multiple users, file attachments, and Jabber notifications.
- GitLab includes Git repository management, issue tracking, code review, an IDE, activity streams, wikis, and more. It has continuous integration and delivery features to help you run automated tests and build scripts and deploy your code from your development environment to production.
- Gitorious is a Web application for hosting, managing and contributing on Git repositories, similar to GitHub. Note that Gitorious.org is now defunct (it was purchased by GitLab) and will be a read-only mode starting from 2015-05-31. The Gitorious software is still available.
- GNU GNATS is an easy to use and flexible bug tracking system. GNATS allows problem report management and communication with users via various means. GNATS stores all the information about problem reports in its databases and provides tools for querying, editing, and maintenance of the databases. Thanks to its architecture, GNATS is not bound to a single user interface – it can be used via command line, e-mail, Emacs, or a network daemon, usually used with a Web interface. And users can add their own additional utilities using standard GNU tools.
- Gnatsweb allows you Web access to GNATS bug management system database through the gnatsd interface. You do not have to run it on the same machine where GNATS resides.
- This package provides a GNU Guile library to communicate with a Debbugs bug tracker's SOAP service.
- 'gwyple' is a GUI, implemented in Perl and Perl/Tk, for handling bug reports. These reports usually arrive by email, are stored by helper scripts called from procmail, and can then be organized by gwyple independently from the used BTS.
- Harvest is a web application that provides a browsable directory of easy-to-start opportunities to contribute to a project such as translation, testing, or development. It is used by Ubuntu.
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