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For now, we use [Bugzilla|http://bugs.jspwiki.org]
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I think that a wiki as bug tracker is perfectly doable, and would show a nice structured use of a wiki. There is one required piece missing: a flexible means to query the wiki's structure.
Envision the following pages:
I think that a wiki as bug tracker is perfectly doable, and would show a nice structured use of a wiki. Envision the following pages:
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If something like the QueryPlugin was completed and functional, you could (from any page you wanted) ask the wiki to:
Using the QueryPlugin, you could (from any page you wanted) ask the wiki to:
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--JohnVolkar, 21-Jan-2004
--JohnV, 21-Jan-2004
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I would like to recommend [Agility Bug Tracker|http://www.agileedge.com], it's __very__ flexible and easy to use.
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I would also recommend Scarab, we use it here, and it is very good indeed. We also reviewed BugZilla and Support Works (commerical). -- [KieronWilkinson] 22-Jan-2004
Itracker is quite cool [itracker link|http://www.cowsultants.com] -- [MarcGodin] 28-Jan-2004
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I like this [Bug Tracker|http://www.agileedge.com]. Its a hosted model and has a free license for Open Source Projects.
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I've just started a new project, and I created a separate Wiki for it.\\
I will put as much as I can in the wiki: \\
- in plain wiki: use cases, user stories, tests descriptions, screencopies, etc..\\
- in JSPWiki's blog: the project log\\
- in plain wiki: bug reports, and tracking..\\
For this reason, I'd like to see JSPWiki more capable in the light bug reporting/managing business.
Janne: you chose to push JSPWiki in the blog direction, even though there were standalone blog solution (blojsom, f.ex). \\
- I'm ready to bet that doing so, you improved JSPWiki in non-blog related area. You also made more useful (because more feature rich), while staying not bloated. \\
- I'm also ready to bet that inserting bug managing features would have the same positive effects: more useful (because more feature rich), while not bloated.
--AlainRavet, 21 Sept 2004
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The new bug tracking system is now online. See [SubmitBugReport] for more information.
-- JanneJalkanen, 18-Nov-2004
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I am kind of appalled that JSPWiki does not use a real bug tracking system like bugzilla. Doing bug tracking with a wiki is like implementing a wiki with bugzilla comments. You can do both, but it is not the best way to go.
There are several advantages of Bugzilla versus having bugs in a wiki:
* there is a built-in workflow
* bugs are at one place, regardless of their status
* bugs have unique ids
* bugs have a life-cycle
* Bugzilla has lot of search options
* email notifications
* you can get statistics
OK, Bugzilla is ugly. But it is really useful.
--Jürgen Weber, 19-Jan-2006
This is a case of EatingOurOwnDogfood. I'm sure there are advantages to using other bug tracking systems (I'm personally quite fond of [JIRA]), but this is a great learning experience for wikis and forms.
-- JanneJalkanen
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Well, if I'd work in a dog's food company, I still wouldn't eat dog food...
I think its wise to take the right tool for the right job.
Of course I find it right to enter wiki-able information for JSPWiki with itself, but bug tracking is a different thing.
How do I find "My bugs" with the JSPWiki bug tracking system?
How do I find "Today's bugs" or sort the bugs by date?
Have you looked at [Scarab|http://scarab.tigris.org/] ?
By the way, the Scarab people don't eat their own dog food either. They might well have implemented their wiki with bug entries and bug entry comments, but rather they chose a real wiki:
[Scarab's wiki|http://www.saxess.de/scarab-wiki/PageInfo.jsp?page=Main]
Jürgen
--Jürgen Weber, 24-Feb-2006
By your logic I should've never written JSPWiki either, as there were better/more complete versions available when we started ;-). We'll get there. Sooner or later.
You can tag any bug using [JürgenWeberBug], for example. Use your imagination...
-- JanneJalkanen
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See other potential applications of JspWiki in [Category Wiki Applications]
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