|Angel Pizarro on 28 Nov 2007 20:10:26 -0000|
I don't know, OSS is great and all, but sometimes a professional product is well worth the cash. I tend to think of build (and/or support) vs. buy decisions the same way agile seems to think of features requests. What do you have the time/expertice budget for?
For commercial, you could try FogBugz for 45 days free. I like it, although still in that 45 day trial period and we are a very small team (5), but I am strongly leaning towards the purchase. Will cost you $25/user/month ($300/u/year) for the on-demand service and $199/user for install on your own server. Or for that matter, stay in the Ruby camp and support basecamp @ $25/month $300/yr all users (or any of the other basecamp clones) .
For OSS, I used to use Trac and it can be as light or full-featured as you want, and is a pretty easy install (for instance mac ports = "sudo port intall trac") . Either the wiki pages or tickets can be your cards. But it did not do so well with the email integration ( started implementing this with ticket requests (plus SVN commit integration) and never finished (hence my comment on build and support.))
On Nov 28, 2007 1:06 PM, Evan Weaver <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
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