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Who Uses Trac?

This is a list of companies, organizations and individuals using Trac in any fashion. These are trac success stories. If you use Trac, don't be shy to add yourself to the list.



  • Ark Linuxhttp://www.arklinux.org/Ark Linux is a Linux distribution focusing on ease of use. We've tested trac on various subprojects such as dvdrtools and untrap, and are planning to migrate all our projects to trac over the next couple of weeks.
  • Teamtrachttp://teamtrac.org/Teamtrac is an open source tool to correlate different sources of information regarding the software engineering process. It provides the glue between issue tracking systems (e.g., Trac), time tracking tools and code repositories.
  • Adiumhttp://adiumx.com/Adium is a multiprotocol im client for OS X. We use Trac to support our community.
  • Ataris Technologieshttp://www.ataris.co.za/Ataris Technologies is a small consulting company, based in Cape Town, South Africa.
  • Growlhttp://growl.info/Growl is a global notification system for OS X. We use Trac to manage our roadmap and for a trouble ticket system.
  • Arenalogichttp://arenalogic.comMultiplayer Combat flight simulator game. We use Trac to support our comunity based developement
  • Codes & Conceptshttp://www.codes-concepts.comOur internally development and project management is supported by trac. Many thanks for this great application
  • SécuriWeb inc.http://www.securiweb.net/We use Trac to maintain both customers and internal projects, we also implement/customize trac/subversion solution inside development team. Please note that our business website is completely implanted using trac wiki
  • Chronos World Editor Projecthttp://chronos.digitalsentience.com/ The Chronos project is an attempt to produce a highly flexible 3D content creation tool. It is currently aimed at producing content for the Axiom and Ogre3D engines, but is designed such that it could conceivably be used to generate content for any engine or format. It is written in C#. We use Trac for design outlines, milestone and ticket tracking, and documentation.
  • dsource.orghttp://dsource.org/dsource.org uses (will use) Trac for managing our hosted projects' content, tickets, code browsing, etc. In general, the site hosts open source projects for the D Programming Language. For those who are wondering about D, see the Digital Mars website.
  • CMS Made Simplehttp://www.cmsmadesimple.org/Trac and subversion together are a very powerful tool. We use it for all aspects of our project development.
  • Kofotohttp://kofoto.rosdahl.netThe Kofoto (an image organizer/viewer program) project uses a Trac installation as its project site.
  • SageTV Communityhttp://www.sage-community.org/The community of SageTV enthusiasts has built a website using Trac and subversion to host information about using and extending SageTV and to manage related development projects.
  • Interact S.A.http://www.interact.lu/A communication agency with an important IT department. We use Trac on more than 10 projects at the moment, both internal and external.
  • HTP, Inc.http://www.htp-inc.com/Healthcare Transaction Processing solution providers. We use Trac / svn for our PPO Router product development.
  • Voluna Software Limited / Xinit Systems Limited, UKhttp://www.voluna.com/ and http://www.xinit.com/We are a Linux-based server and storage vendor company (Xinit Systems). We are spinning off a new company called Voluna Software which uses Trac during development of its opensource storage management project called Openfiler which is available under the GNU GPL license.
  • dju`http://dju.elegiac.net/I use Trac for personal projects developement and management of documents as well as bugs/wishes lists. I also try to spread it at my company.
  • LCD4Linuxhttp://lcd4linux.bulix.org/A Liquid Crystal Display management utility that grabs information from the kernel and some subsystems and displays it on the LCD
  • TIG : Test Image Generatorhttp://tig.bulix.org/TIG is a small program that creates high quality test images for monitors and V sets in arbitrary resolutions
  • Ruby on Railshttp://dev.rubyonrails.org/trac.cgi/report/1Rails is an open source web-application framework for Ruby. It ships with an answer for every letter in MVC: Action Pack for the Controller and View, Active Record for the Model.
  • El Derecho Editoreshttp://www.elderecho.com/We've switched from VSS and no bug-tracking to Subversion and Trac for our internal development, and quite happily too.
  • Prelude Hybrid IDS projecthttp://www.prelude-ids.org/Prelude is an innovative Hybrid Intrusion Detection system. Prelude is commited to providing an Hybrid IDS that offers the ability to unify currently available tools into one, powerful, and distributed application.
  • Trigraph, Inchttp://www.trigraph.comWe find trac to be a very useful tool and are using it along with subversion internally.
  • BFG: Firefighting Edition, UIUChttp://bfg.cs.uiuc.edu/The BFG course at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign is using Trac as the portal for their effort to develop a firefighting simulation.
  • Netrino.nethttp://www.netrino.net/We use Trac to make our development process more efficient and able to respond to client needs quickly. We love it.
  • Texas State Universityhttp://www.txstate.edu/Trac is awesome! It sits behind two of of our instructional technology development projects, plus an informal knowledge base.

  • Sector 31http://sector31.czFor our web development we started using Trac shortly after switching to Subversion.
  • Endev Softwarehttp://www.endev.co.nzWe use Trac for all internal and external client projects. Our developers and clients love it - we couldn't do without it
  • Lopez Foods Inchttp://www.lopezfoods.comWe moved from VSS to Subversion. We have now incorporated Trac for internal development.
  • InfoSaucehttp://www.infosauce.com/We'd been using SVN for our SCM and we came across Trac when looking for a nice web interface for our repository. It definitely fills that need, as now I feel crippled when using SVN with-out having access to Trac, but we don't just use that functionality - we also use it for almost all of our project management.
  • Exa-Omicronhttp://www.exa-omicron.nl/We develop custom software for our clients. Since one month, we use subversion and Trac as a pilot on one of our projects. But we're going to use it with all our projects in the near future.
  • NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratoryhttp://www.jpl.nasa.gov/We use Trac & SVN to manage various deep-space and near-space projects.
  • EECS Department of Case Western Reserve Universityhttp://www.eecs.cwru.edu/We provide Trac and Subversion to all of the computer science students (and anyone else interested).
  • TerraSel Software GmbHhttp://www.terrasel.de/We use Trac + SVN to manage our internal GIS software projects in currently five installations.
  • Argonhttp://www.third-bit.com/trac/argon We are a branch of Trac designed to support multiple projects for classroom use at the University of Toronto. We also have nice features like mailing list and requirements tracking.
  • CEA Technologieshttp://www.cea.com.au/Using it for management of embedded software projects - subversion integration is very useful for us.
  • marcapo GmbHhttp://www.marcapo.com/We use Trac for bugreporting, FAQ, managing development projects and dokumentation.
  • Ischus Limitedhttp://www.ischus.co.uk/We use Trac with Subversion for internal projects and seperately with each project for different clients. We have made a small patch to Trac so that several copies run simultaneously on the same server.
  • Spring IDEhttp://springide.org/We use Trac wiki, ticketing and source code browsing features for the open source Spring IDE project which provides tooling support for the Spring Framework.

  • FlyMinehttp://www.flymine.org/The FlyMine project is building an integrated database of genomic, expression and protein data for Drosophila and Anopheles and making this available to the worldwide research community via web and bioinformatics interfaces. We use Trac internally and hope to make it a public resource in the near future.

I'm using Trac for my open-source Java projects. XJConf allows you to map any XML document to a structure of Java objects by defining rules for the mapping using an XML application. Event Dispatcher helps you creating event-centered applications in Java.

  • SpectSofthttp://www.spectsoft.com/ We are using Trac in a couple of ways. First for our programmers, who use it in conjunction with subversion and second for all documentation and website creation. We wrote a script that crawls thru our documentation in the wiki and creates pages for our site. The new site is scheduled to go live Sept 1st. Take a look at our site now and after the first and feel free to comment.
  • Gwyddion Intelligent Deviceshttp://www.gwyddion.com — We've been using Trac to control our internal projects for more than one year now, based on the Trac infrastructure we adopted and adapted a lot of good pratices for software development based on ExtremePrograming (XP), like: Code Specification, Personal Branches, Code Review, etc. Our main product is a Framework for Interactive Telemetry through GPRS, which includes lot of embedded C code for MSP430, and Python/Twisted code for the network infrastructure and distributed clients. Trac is our only tool for: documentation, bug tracker, implementation guides, FAQ and a lot of other features related to a large software/hardawre project.
  • GCoders.nethttp://www.gcoders.netOur internally development and project management is supported by trac. Also as our community development. Thanks guys, keep up this great work.
  • CakePHPhttp://trac.cakephp.orgCake is a rapid development framework for PHP: a structure of libraries, classes and run-time infrastructure for programmers creating web applications. Our primary goal is to enable you to work in a structured and rapid manner within a framework - without loss of flexibility.
  • CINSim Projecthttp://pdv.cs.tu-berlin.de/CINSimCINSim is a component-based interconnection network simulator for Linux environments. We use trac to manage the whole development process. Great software''
  • Valve Media Ltdhttp://www.valvemedia.co.uk/We use Trac internally as both a bug-tracker and front-end to Subversion enabling us to successfully manage and collaborate on all our product and system development.
  • Linbox FAShttp://linbox.org — support web site for the Linbox Rescue Server gpl edition - a complete software hardware asset management software (imaging, file backup, inventory, remote control, soon automatic software installation). We use Trac internally on numerous projects. After internal tests of different solutions, Trac was chosen due to its easyness (setup, customisation, maintenance).
  • Hybrid Perceptionhttp://www.hybridperception.comWe use Trac internally for three major projects and for many one-to-one or many-to-many customer relationship management. Trac allows to show our customers realtime achievement of their projects and up to the second interaction with them. We also integrate it on some of our customers' development platforms.

  • sense.labhttps://systemausfall.orgAt the moment we use Trac for two projects. On the one hand for improving the service we offer with our web platform and on the other hand we use it for the CryptoBox project, a Debian/Linux based live-CD that works as a secure filestorage server.
  • LiteStep Development Projectshttp://dev.litestep.com/We use Trac to host the LiteStep core and user created projects for the community.
  • XIQIT GmbHhttp://www.xiqit.de/ — XIQIT develops custom web applications and uses trac for everything from server configuration and issue tracking to project-specific repositories and ticketing.
  • EdGCMhttp://dev.edgcm.columbia.edu — The EdGCM Cooperative uses Trac for development of it's desktop/educational/research global climate model (GCM).
  • Openmailadminhttp://www.openmailadmin.org — Trac is used on openmailadmin.org for coordinating the community of the IMAP server administration frontend.
  • Cobweb Information Ltdhttp://www.cobwebinfo.com — Providers of business information in the UK. Subversion and Trac are used in the management and documentation of our portal & CMS systems.
  • Bluewire Technologieshttp://www.bluewire-technologies.com — Providers of healthcare solutions for medium to small healthcare organisations. Based in Bristol, UK. We use Trac for bugtracking, feature requests and project documentation.
  • Digital Design Corporationhttp://www.digidescorp.com — We have many projects using Trac, which range in scope from FPGA and PCB design to software and web development.
  • Visual Assaulthttp://www.visual-assault.org — A small webdesign firm that uses Trac for collaboration, ticketing, repository management, project management, and systems configuration management.
  • The Turing Studio, Inc.http://www.turingstudio.com — We use trac for all of our development projects, opensource or commercial. Trac + SVN are the most productive combination I've come across. Amazing work.
  • niekom.dehttp://www.niekom.de — We use trac for all of our development projects and look for integration with CMS TYPO3.
  • DWT's Heavy Industrieshttp://dwt.de.vu/ — Homepage for me and my open source Projects, it's a testimony to how easy it is to bend trac to what you want to do it. (Whitch means for me to include a Blog, complete with commenting facility etc..)
  • jsolaithttp://jsolait.net — I am using Trac for managing jsolait, an open source JavaScript framework built to help WebApplication developers with simple OOP and modularisation and a set of packages implementing things like XML-RPC, JSON-RPC, …
  • X13http://www.x13.com/ — Database hosting company. Based in Denver, CO, US. We use Trac for bugtracking, feature requests and project documentation.
  • For Sale By Owner.comhttp://www.forsalebyowner.com — We use it for bug/enhancement tracking, the wiki, and Subversion integration for work in online Real Estate.
  • piAccess — We use Trac both internally for software development & project management, and publically for customer technical support.
  • IBA JV [offshore outsourcing]http://iba.by — At least one of the company's teams use Trac
  • INLhttp://www.inl.fr/We maintain internal informations and documentations in Trac. We also use it for bug tracking
  • ANIENIBhttp://anciens.enib.fr/We use Trac both externaly as an extensible wiki engine, and internally to track down incidents and help use developing the web site applications and scripts
  • websmshttp://www.websms.co.nz/We use trac and subversion to manage all aspects of development on our proprietary SMS Platform.
  • MadWifihttp://madwifi.org/We recently switched away from sf.net+CVS to Trac+SVN and LOVE it. The project uses nearly all aspects of Trac to support both the community and our developers. Thanks for this great tool!
  • UBShttp://ubs.com — We use it to probably replace Serena RTM for collecting requirements and couple it with the company wide SVN repository.
  • Dept. of Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Aucklandhttp://www.ece.auckland.ac.nz — We use it for all sorts of things, from projects which use only the Wiki to do FAQs, to having people subscribe to the RSS timeline feed so they can keep track of system changes, and doubtless other interesting things my users are doing that I'm not aware of.

  • Gandi.nethttp://www.gandi.net — Gandi is a famous Registrar with good people in it :) . We use it for our knowledege database, ticketing system and Code view.
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