Bugs Everywhere is a “distributed bugtracker”, designed to complement distributed revision control systems. By using distributed revision control as a backend for bug state, we gain several convenient features:
Bugs Everywhere is written in Python and available via Git.
$ git clone https://gitlab.com/bugseverywhere/bugseverywhere
You can also browse the code online or download a development snapshot. For notes on installing from a Git checkout or development snapshot, see the docs.
The latest stable release can be found here.
There are also Debian and Ubuntu packages, but they may lag behind our Git repository.
Michel Alexandre Salim maintains a be package for Fedora.
Generated documentation is available for version 1.1.1 and the master branch.
To report a bug, you’re welcome to e-mail details to the mailing list.
You may also send merge requests via the mailing list or using Gitorious.
There is a mailing list for developer discussion (and bug submission) at “be-devel(ATSIGN)bugseverywhere.org”. To sign up for it, use the listinfo page.
Bugs Everywhere was conceived and written by developers at Panoramic Feedback, primarily Aaron Bentley. Panoramic Feedback maintained BE from 2005-2008, Chris Ball maintained BE from 2008-2012, and the current maintainer is W. Trevor King.