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Re: Bug Repository for work with multiple external clients

From: Aaron E.
Sent on: Friday, September 25, 2009 8:51 AM

I can recommend bugzilla as well (it’s UI has gotten a lot better in the past couple years too.)  You can limit user access by project.  The downside is that bugzilla a pretty complex system and casual users can be overwhelmed.  It does however give nice reports, which is a more user friendly way of presenting bugs to clients, though not as interactive.


Lighthouse ( is a much simpler solution that can also restrict access to project by user.  It’s a hosted app and is a sort of basecamp for bugs.


I’m actually working on a project I call a “QA site” that provides a mashup of testing tools.  I can help you set up Bugzilla, host your installation, and provide custom reports (that can be updated with each build.) 



Aaron Evans


software QA, test automation, web development, system integration


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