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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 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.
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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.
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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.
Gogs is a self-hosted Git service written in Go. ⇒ Demo
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.
Indefero is basically a clone of Google Code but with Git, Mercurial, Subversion and monotone support. → Features
JitterBug is a Web-based bug tracking tool originally written to manage the huge volume of bug reports and queries the Samba Team receives. It is now used by a number of other projects. The program is available in English and French. JitterBug receives bug reports via email or a web form. Authenticated users can then reply to the message, move it between different categories or add notes to it. Users can add arbitrary notes to each message, and an audit trail is kept for each message showing who did what. Users can request email notification of changes to files or directories. JitterBug is like a communal web based email system; the whole system is a single C program running as a CGI script and fully HTML 3.2 compliant. The program uses your server's built-in authentication, and has a built in SMTP mail client for sending replies and notifications.
LibSysCTr intercepts system call functions on a GNU/Linux system. Process monitoring and sandboxing are just two of its potential uses. LibSysCTr uses the ptrace(2) functionalities by monitoring and reporting events to the library caller. LibSysCTr is callback driven, which means the user initializes the library with systr_init_library(), registers the system calls he wants to monitor with systr_trace_syscall(), and calls systr_run() to start receiving events in the form of callback invocation. For each intercepted system call, two calls to the registered callback function are performed: one during the system call entry, before the system call iteself will be executed by the kernel, and one after the kernel has processed the system call (right before returning the userspace). Utility functions are supplied to, retrieve information about the process, get/set the system call parameters, and read/write the monitored process address space.
Mantis is a PHP/MySQL-based bugtracking system. It is extremely easy to deploy and customize, and features one of the simplest and cleanest interfaces of any tracking tool available. It supports multiple projects and email notification, and is localized for over 18 languages.
Open Ticket Request System
OpenTRS is a free and open source Ticket Request System with email and phone interfaces and many other features to manage customer telephone calls and e-mails.
OpenHatch provides a way for free software projects to offer mentorship to new developers. Projects are able to register "bitesize" bugs and offer guidance. New developers are able to browse bugs and go on "training missions".
osTicket is a widely-used free software and open source support ticket system. It seamlessly integrates inquiries created via email, phone and web-based forms into a simple easy-to-use multi-user web interface. Manage, organize and archive all your support requests and responses in one place while providing your customers with accountability and responsiveness they deserve.
PRepS is a problem reporting and tracking system similar to Gnats, only simpler to use. Currently, PRepS is best used with smaller projects or projects where all developers have access to the same network. For more "remote" projects, Gnats may be a better choice. It was designed for tracking pproblems with software, but can also be used for tracking other kinds of problems or tasks.
pg Request Tracker 2/3 Report is a set of tools for generating reports for Request Tracker 2/3 (RT 2/3). Currently, it only supports the Postgres ("pg") and MySQL backends.
phpBugTracker is an attempt to copy the functionality of Bugzilla while providing a codebase that, by using templates and a database abstraction layer, is independent of the database and presentation layers. Current features include bug history (changes over its lifetime), the ability to restrict projects to certain groups of users, the option to store passwords encrypted in the database, HTML templates for changing the look of the interface, flexible bug search capabilities, localization (status messages in your native language), file attachments for bugs, anonymous browsing of bugs, links to a cvs web interface from bug comments, and bug dependencies.
'phpSupport' lets users submit trouble tickets through a Web form or an email gateway. It gives the option of emailing the creator of a trouble ticket when updating or closing it. All tickets and information are stored in a MySQL database.
Redmine is a flexible project management web application. Written using Ruby on Rails framework, it is cross-platform and cross- database. Dependencies for database support are provided by these metapackages: redmine-mysql, redmine-pgsql, redmine-sqlite. Features * Multiple projects support * Flexible role based access control * Flexible issue tracking system * Gantt chart and calendar * News, documents & files management * Feeds & email notifications * Per project wiki * Per project forums
  • Time tracking * Custom fields for issues, time-entries,
projects and users * SCM integration (SVN, CVS, Git, Mercurial, Bazaar and Darcs) * Issue creation via email * Multiple LDAP authentication support * User self-registration support * Multilanguage support
Request Tracker
Request Tracker (RT) is an automated system to monitor, answer, and document requests. It was first designed as a tool to aid a small team of sysadmins manage the ever-increasing list of tasks and requests at a burgeoning web startup. Since then, RT has been put to work by help desks, sysadmins, development teams and marketing departments to track requests, responsibilities, and tasks. RT comes with Web, command line, and email interfaces to its Mysql-backed data store. The user sends an email asking for help. RT send the user an electronic "ticket stub" which is used in future correspondence to refer to this problem. It also sends the user's request to the queue members, one of whom writes a reply, which RT records and forwards to the user. The ticket is then resolved.
Roundup is a simple-to-use issue-tracking system. It has command-line, Web, and e-mail interfaces. It manages issues (with flexible properties like “description” and “priority” and lets users (a) submit new issues, (b) find and edit existing issues, and (c) discuss issues with other participants. The system facilitates communication among participants by managing discussions, and notifying interested parties when issues are edited.
Snowdrift is a web-based platform for hosting sustainable crowdfunding for projects. The contribution process involves patrons pledging to match other patrons to create a network of support for projects. The software is being developed to serve the needs of the eponymous website ( (which funds only free/libre projects (including free software)). Currently, the platform is not intentionally designed for running other websites, although anyone is free to do so. Long-term plans include separating the accessory functions so they may be used independently. Besides the fund-raising functions, the platform includes accessory tools such as wiki pages, discussion, and ticketing.
Git repo, bug tracker, continuous integration, mailing lists, wiki
Taiga is a project management Web application with scrum in mind. Built on top of Django and AngularJS
This is a candidate for deletion: 1. No files/source (try to contact? CGI application, based on Perl 5 and PostgreSQL, designed to provide helpdesk problem report management system for small to medium sized companies. It includes web and email interfaces for submitting, updating, and querying problem reports.
Tiki Wiki CMS Groupware is a full-featured, web-based, multilingual (40+ languages), tightly integrated, all-in-one Wiki+CMS+Groupware, Free / Libre / Open Source Software (GNU/LGPL), using PHP, MySQL, Zend Framework, jQuery and Smarty. Tiki can be used to create all kinds of Web applications, sites, portals, knowledge base, intranets, and extranets. It is actively developed by a very large international community. Tiki is the FLOSS Web Application with the most built-in features. Highly configurable and modular, all features are optional and administered via a web-based interface. Major features include a robust wiki engine, news articles, discussion forums, newsletters, blogs, file and image galleries, bug and issue trackers (form generator), a links directory, polls/surveys and quizzes, banner management system, calendar, maps, mobile, RSS feeds, category system, tags, an advanced themeing engine (Smarty), spreadsheet, slideshow, drawing, live support, shoutbox, inter-user messaging, menu generator, advanced permission system for users and groups, internal search engine, external authentication support, and much, much more. It integrates with the web conferencing for audio/video/chat/screensharing and whiteboard support.
Trac is a minimalistic web-based software project management and bug/issue tracking system. It provides an interface to the git and subversion revision control systems, an integrated wiki, flexible issue tracking and convenient report facilities.
'Wastebug' is a minimalistic, yet usable bug manager. Its main design principles are simplicity and usability. It's designed primarily for developers. 'Wastebug' lets users create and edit bugs and other cases. It can manage multiple projects, and keeps a full log of changes to each case, when bugs are reassigned, commented on, and fixed, and when details about a bug change. To make it easier to follow what's being done with a bug, you can receive email notifications every time a bug is changed.
'Wreq' is a distributed request/problem tracking system with a built-in knowledge database. It can handle information requests as well as problems. It can also generate a 'technote,' which is a peice of technical information that can only be accessed by certain users (ie powerusers).

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