It was a tough battle, with lots of nasty name calling, carboard sword-fighting, and foam bullet barrages (read: 3 minutes of irc broadcasts), but in the end we decided to open up our internal bugtracker to the world. This isn't just some public-facing subproject but the real, SCRUM-wranglin day-to-day relied-on backlog-filling redmine project for all BUG development.
And since I dislike system-level enforcement and believe our community to be made of some of the best people around, I only encourage one guideline for taking part in BUG development:
CC BY 2.0 bettysnake
Our rules of thumb are:
- assign issues only to yourself
- version issues only if you are the release manager
Now go forth and revel in the collaborative playground that is http://redmine.buglabs.net/ !
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