Community Server and Bug Tracking

I downloaded Community Server RC2 this weekend and installed it. Very cool, though I’m looking forward to seeing the code, which they’re not releasing till they release v1. And I totally dig their web install feature. It makes setting up the server extremely easy. I really want to redo the Christonomy site using it, and will probably do so as soon as they release version 1. The functionality of that site needs some work, and I need to spend a lot more time on it anyway, but I haven’t had time at all to write lately, at least not outside of this blog.

I’ve been needing a bug tracking solution for my NET GEMS project (which I don’t have enough time to focus on!), and I decided to take the advice of my friend and ex-coworker Xander Sherry and download the Issue Tracker Starter Kit. Installed it last night and it seems to work okay, though I noticed one glitch in the setup. If you try to back up during it, you’ll find a lot of bits on the screen have disappeared. Nothing major though, and it is in beta. Anyway, I think it will work great. Now, Xander is apparently refactoring the thing a great deal. Are you willing to share your source?


Xander 2005-02-07 09:29:00

>Are you willing to share your source? Sure, when I get it to a point that I’m happy with it, I’d be glad to put it up on the ‘Net.


Eric Sowell 2005-02-07 09:32:00

Thank you, kind sir.