Multi-project capability


#1

We’re looking to implement a new (software development) bug-tracking system
for use on multiple projects. Can anyone tell me about RT’s current
capability for handling discrete projects (with multiple bug/mailing lists
and discrete user access to the projects)?
If this capability isn’t a current feature, any guesses on the level of
effort it would take to build? We’d contribute if it seems like a
reasonable effort.

April Johnson
Xperts, Inc.
(804) 967-0700 x174
http://www.xperts.com
http://www.xperts.org


#2

That would be the multiple queue feature. it’s there :slight_smile:
has been since day 1On Thu, Jun 08, 2000 at 11:59:45AM -0400, Johnson, April wrote:

We’re looking to implement a new (software development) bug-tracking system
for use on multiple projects. Can anyone tell me about RT’s current
capability for handling discrete projects (with multiple bug/mailing lists
and discrete user access to the projects)?
If this capability isn’t a current feature, any guesses on the level of
effort it would take to build? We’d contribute if it seems like a
reasonable effort.

April Johnson
Xperts, Inc.
(804) 967-0700 x174
http://www.xperts.com
http://www.xperts.org


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#3

We’re looking to implement a new (software development) bug-tracking system
for use on multiple projects. Can anyone tell me about RT’s current
capability for handling discrete projects (with multiple bug/mailing lists
and discrete user access to the projects)?

RT is not very good itself on bugtracking, therefore we’ve linked up our
RT2 with Bugzilla here. I hope we can continue RT into a full-fledged
bugtracker and project management tool some time in the future.

If this capability isn’t a current feature, any guesses on the level of
effort it would take to build? We’d contribute if it seems like a
reasonable effort.

You should consider meeting us in Plzen if you want to contribute and/or
discuss the future of RT :slight_smile:

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