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Date: Mon, 10 Sep 2012 10:44:49 +0200
From: Igmar Palsenberg <>
Subject: Re: Time for an issue tracker?

>>> I'd like to have an issue tracker too. My preference is always one
>>> where you can do most of the work by email if you prefer, but nowadays
>>> I don't mind using the web interface either. I'm not sure how other
>>> contributors feel about this, but I suspect we have some who won't
>>> bother with the issue tracker unless they can use it comfortably via
>>> email and/or a text-based web browser... :-)
>> The way Debian's bug tracker works? or different?
>> And yes, you're right on the last count.  The most feature-rich browser
>> I've gotten working on musl is dillo, but I prefer to just start
>> links.  I'm a lot more likely to report issues while I'm running muslin
>> than under Ubuntu. ;)
> I like Debian's bug tracker a lot because it works well by email and
> via the web interface. I also don't mind bugzilla, but it is
> frustrating having to make a new account all the time..
I'd be more then happy to put up a VPS and install DBT on it.



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