[ANN] Bugja.com - Getting real Issue tracker

Hello list.

After using various issue tracking packages that included a lot of
typework and maintenance , we decided to build one of our own,
focusing at ease of use.
We would appreciate your opinion, but be gentle it’s somewhat beta :slight_smile:

http://www.bugja.com
Screencast at http://www.bugja.com/screencast

It’s ROR of course :slight_smile:

Thanks in advance
Fortytwo
http://www.fortytwo.gr

On 15 Feb 2007, at 15:31, [email protected] wrote:

After using various issue tracking packages that included a lot of
typework and maintenance , we decided to build one of our own,
focusing at ease of use.
We would appreciate your opinion, but be gentle it’s somewhat beta :slight_smile:

Well, you could set a skip_before :login_required for the screencast
if you want people to be able to have a look before signing up :slight_smile:

Best regards

Peter De Berdt

Well, you could set a skip_before :login_required for the screencast
if you want people to be able to have a look before signing up :slight_smile:

LOL.
Forgot to add a :screencast action in the except list.

Sorry :slight_smile:
It’s ok now.

Regards
George

Screen cast is a bit fast… Looks good though after watching it a
few times.

I really like the design and implementation of this app. It would be
very nice if you could post some info as to how you made/designed it.
Maybe something about plugins used, how you implemented all those
shnazzy interface perks (sign up form validation, etc.).

I also posted a small writeup of the app on my blog http://
rubyrumble.com (basically saying how much I like the app :slight_smile: ).

-CptOatmeal

CptOatmeal thank you for the feedback.

I really like the design and implementation of this app. It would be
very nice if you could post some info as to how you made/designed it.
Maybe something about plugins used, how you implemented all those
shnazzy interface perks (sign up form validation, etc.).

Actually the sign up form it’s just javascript and some ajax calls.
Nothing
special.

There is something worth mentioning, though.
Uploading a *.doc attachment, it will be converted to html using the
http://wvware.sourceforge.net/ library.
It’s very easy to use, you just throw the doc at it, and it generates a
nice
html file :slight_smile:

Cheers.
Thanks again.
George

I also posted a small writeup of the app on my blog http://

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