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The Bug Genie

The Bug Genie

The Bug Genie is an open source, user-friendly and powerful PHP-based bug tracker/bug tracking tool with features such as project management, version control system integration (git, svn, hig), wiki, messaging, calendar and more.

The Bug Genie is easy to install and ready to use 'out-of-the-box'.

 The Bug Genie 3.2.7.1

Price
Free to download

Size
4.0MB
License

MPL 1.1

Developer
Philip Kent, Daniel Eikeland

Website
www.thebuggenie.com

System Requirements
PHP 5.3.0 or later
MySQL >= 5.0 or PostgreSQL >= 8.2
PHP gmp extension
Web server

Support:
Documentation, User Guide, FAQ, Forums, Development Blog, SourceForge Project Page, Facebook, Twitter

Selected Reviews:
Linux User

Features include:

  • Issue tracking:
    • User friendly issue reporting and editing
    • Readable issue views
    • Complete issue type scheme support
    • Issue actions when needed
    • Quicksearch
    • Customizable issue types
    • Custom issue fields
    • Bulk issue management
    • Edit issues but don't save changes
    • Incoming email support
  • Project Management:
    • Separate project spaces
    • Quick links
    • Project dashboard
    • Timeline
    • Predefined searches
    • Integrated release management
    • Automatically generated roadmaps
    • Project team and roles
    • Meta information
    • Complete project hierarchy
    • Project prefixes
  • Wiki:
    • Create a complex wiki
    • Article comments
    • Mediawiki syntax for formatting of pages, issue descriptions, comments etc
    • Embed images
    • Code samples
    • Wiki categories
    • History
    • Table of contents
    • Issue linking
    • Links
    • Wiki permissions
  • Integrated source code
    • Instant notification
  • Agility
    • Burndown charts
    • Interactive project planning
    • Live estimation
    • Triaging with user pain
  • Custom workflow
    • Workflow visualization
    • Workfolow transition views
    • Access controlled workflow
  • Other features:
    • Command line tools
    • RSS support
    • Multiple hosted installations
    • Debug bar
    • Pair programming
    • LDAP, OpenID and custom authentication
    • JSON

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