|JIRA vs. Bugzilla [message #39960]
||Fri, 06 October 2006 09:27
Originally posted by: me.privacy.net|
Apache.org and project Harmony are using JIRA instead of "stone-aged"
Bugzilla. There is even a discussion on python.org about using JIRA as
bugtracking-system for Python-development:
Why isn't eclipse.org using the (Java-based) JIRA-bugtracker?
The bugtracking-system is hyperimportant for eclipse.org. So why not using
the best? Bugzilla's HTML-interface is horrid.
Eclipse's bugtracker should be EASY-TO-USE and offer more and better
capabilities to both users and developers (i.e. REST-API)
|Re: JIRA vs. Bugzilla [message #40114 is a reply to message #40021]
||Fri, 06 October 2006 20:09
| Erkki Lindpere
Registered: July 2009
Gunnar Wagenknecht wrote:|
> Well, the Bugzilla HTML-interface is not horrid. It looks plain, looks
> simple but the usability is actually quite good and powerful compared to
> other systems. BTW, Mylar provides an excellent Bugzilla integration.
I agree. Bugzilla may have even seemed horrid to me at first, but once I
got used to it (as a user of Eclipse and it's frameworks and an
occasional patch contributor), I found it very usable. For bugs I'm
watching, I mostly read the comments through e-mail and sometimes I also
use it through Mylar.
Also, all the Jira deployments I've used, including apache.org, seem
incredibly slow (but as I've not used it very often, that impression may
be just a coincidence).
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