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They said about Trac …
Here you can find some interesting external resources about Trac.
- UK Linux & Open Source Awards 2006 — winner of the Best Linux/OSS Developer Tool category. Pictures of the trophy can be found here.
Articles in the Press
- In the April 2007 issue of iX, a monthly German IT publication, Jochem Huhmann wrote an introductory article on Trac: Spuren im Wald, Trac: Versionsverwaltung und Wiki in einem (Traces in the Forest, Trac: Version management and Wiki in one).
Articles on the Web
- What issue tracking system is best for you? A review of Bugzilla, Trac, and JIRA, By John Ferguson Smart, JavaWorld.com, 03/14/07
Excerpt from the conclusion:
Trac is a good, lightweight solution that should be seriously considered by any development team using Subversion.
Presentations of Trac
- John Villalovos wrote an Introduction to Trac
Talks involving Trac
Publications involving Trac
- Wattle Tree: What’ll it Tell Us? PDF
- The Big Five and Visualisations of Team Work Activity (longer) PDF
Mentions in Books
You can find SQLite as an alternate back-end storage facility for a wide array of open source projects such as Yum—the package manager for Fedora Core, Movable Type, DSPAM, Edgewall Software’s excellent Trac SCM and project management system, and KDE’s Amarok audio player, to name just a few.
Mike Owens is the original author of PySqlite, the Python bindings for SQLite.
- From Producing Open Source Software, a new book by Karl Fogel, quoting Appendix B. Free Bug Trackers:
Trac is a bit more than a bug tracker: it's really an integrated wiki and bug tracking system. It uses wiki linking to connect issues, files, version control changesets, and plain wiki pages. It's fairly simple to set up, and integrates with Subversion
Karl Fogel is one of the main Subversion developers.
- From Why Programs Fail, a book by Andreas Zeller, he talks about Trac in the Chapter 2 "Tracking Problems"
See also: User Testimonials