Fast Uncompromising Discussions. FUDforum will get your users talking.
Logout [ CommonCrawl [Bot] ]
Logged in user:
CommonCrawl [Bot] [
list all smilies
Editing Time Limit
Allowed File Extensions:
jpg jpeg png gif txt doc gz bz2 inc php zip diff
Maximum File Size:
Maximum Files Per Message:
Notify me when someone replies to this message.
Include your profile signature.
Disable smilies in this message
Re: Using SourceForge's bug tracker (ticket system)
Tue, 13 January 2015 22:32
Good idea! I for one am not a developer but can give a lot of input from a use perspective. The bug reporting forum is good start, while not all bugs are true bug. Example of my imports dying is a good example, not really a bug but a limitation of sorts.
Anyway, maybe the developers can pick the real bugs for the tickets and then you all would have a good way of seeing the scope of work ahead of you.
Using SourceForge's bug tracker (ticket system)
Tue, 13 January 2015 05:23
I have recently taken up on developing what I (presumptiously) like to think of as FUD-ng (FUDforum the next generation: where no spammer has ever been before) and I have also started looking at the official forums again. It came to my attention that using a forum to track bugs/suggestions is somewhat unwieldly because it is really hard to know which ones have been addressed.
I have thus added the "ticket" plugin to FUD's SourceForge page and suggest that we start using it. We might have the users directly report on it, or add the bugs ourselves once they have been reported in the bugs forum.
Mon Jun 17 22:57:56 EDT 2019
Total time taken to generate the page: 0.00557 seconds
Powered by: FUDforum 3.0.8.
FUDforum Bulletin Board Software