final thoughts - bug tracking system

Simon 'corecode' Schubert corecode at
Wed Sep 14 23:48:45 PDT 2005

On 15.09.2005, at 04:55, Chris Pressey wrote:
What kind of message does it send about DragonFly's commitment to
open-source, for example?  Isn't it kind of like saying to our fellow
volunteers on projects such as Bugzilla and Trac: "Well thanks for
giving back to the community, guys, but in the end we'd rather help
improve a closed commercial product than help you improve yours" ?
Atlassian *are* giving back to the community.  That's why Jira is free 
for open source projects.  It's just no code back, but a working 

The only message I can see is "Jira suits us better".  I don't think we 
should choose the system on political merits.

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