final thoughts - bug tracking system
Bill Huey (hui)
billh at gnuppy.monkey.org
Thu Sep 15 10:42:51 PDT 2005
On Thu, Sep 15, 2005 at 10:21:30AM -0700, Matthew Dillon wrote:
> I'm not particularly fond of requiring a working java framework for our
Yeah, but don't be turned off by the fact that Java isn't working that well
under the BSDs. Java is a great environment where a lot of this kind of
programming can be done easily. There aren't that many good alternatives out
there as robust and targetted as Java for this development and I dare you to
name something better than it for these kind of tasks.
> bug tracking system, either. The jira folks are probably the nicest
> people in the world, and I can't fault the UI, but there are a bunch of
> things that just don't fit our framework well. I really would prefer
> writing one from scratch.
That's a lot of time that's wasted on things that's probably better handled by
other folks doing it full time. A lot of these companies may give you access
to their sources for you to customize. It wouldn't hurt to ask.
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