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Who Uses Trac?

This is a list of companies, organizations, projects, and individuals using Trac in some fashion. If you use Trac, don't be hesitant to add yourself to the list.

Due to many attempts to insert spam links masquerading as valid Trac users, any links given as part of your entry must point to a Trac site. If your Trac sites are not publicly available, please only leave a description of how you use Trac. Any entries not complying to this policy are candidates for immediate deletion at the discretion of the Trac developers. If your entry has been removed by a developer, adding it again is a good way to get banned. Thank you for using Trac.


  • Dunamisystemshttp://www.gamerevolt.com/We use Trac to manage all our projects now. It's been especially helpful in the area of task and client management.
  • MusicZone — Uses trac for bug tracking and reporting
  • ImkerOnline — Uses trac subversion browsing, we will try to use it for bugtracking too.
  • Boreste - Embedded Systemshttp://www.boreste.com/We combine Trac and MPS.BR (Brazilian Software Process Model) to develop embedded systems software
  • Sure IT Consultancyhttp://www.sure-it.co.uk/We use Trac to assist with managing our development projects. It has proved especially useful for allowing geographically distributed PM's, clients and developers to manage tasks and ideas.
  • Monvia Inc.http://www.monvia.comWeb 2.0 Technology Accelerator. Trac helps our experienced product managers manage globally diverse engineering teams. Along with its subversion integration, trac is an invaluable resource.
  • Sabre Holdings GCSC — Global Customer Support Center. The Montevideo IT Team uses trac for in-house developed tools, project management for webapps and bug tracking system.
  • NixDev.Nethttp://www.nixdev.net — OpenSource solutions for life. Use trac to support many development project.
  • Zoop Frameworkhttp://www.zoopframework.com — Premire Open Source Zoop Object Oriented Php Framework. Use trac to support development, subversion integration.
  • Strangecode Internet Consultancyhttp://www.strangecode.com/ — Strangecode <heart> Trac! We use Trac for all own custom web applications. We also offer Trac and Subversion to all our web hosting customers — Strangecode + Trac = happy developers!
  • NHS Connecting for Health — The UK National Health Service uses Trac to support some internal development projects.
  • VShophttp://www.vshop.org/We use Trac for our open source project VShop. VShop is running since 1997 in C / C++ with it’s own script engine. We changed from CVS to Subversion, and from different Bugtracks and Ticketingsystems to Trac, and we are really happy with that.
  • CLC biohttp://www.clcbio.comWe use Trac for pretty much everything. Source control, resource management, product management, web development, blogs, networking, you name it"
  • Exploding Box Productionshttp://www.explodingbox.com — We use it for a wide range of our projects from Visual Studio solutions to Internet Solution projects. It has increased our communication with clients and minimised timelines due to client's inputs through Trac.
  • Acid & Cancer Diseases - http://acid-and-cancer.com/ - We use trac with subversion to manage all our software projects include Acid & Cancer diseases blog.
  • EVEMonhttp://www.evemon.battleclinic.comWe develop an opensource Character Management Tool for the popular space based MMORPG EVE-Online. We use all aspects of TRAC to manage our development work.
  • DeepRoot Linuxhttp://deeproot.inWe develop the deepOfix Mail Server and the EasyPush Server Manager (our server management system) to simplify day-to-day server administration and monitoring tasks. Trac is used for milestone and ticket tracking and as documentation wiki.
  • EngageMediahttp://engagemedia.org — we use trac both for our Plone development and non-tech related project management aspects.
  • Cambrian Househttp://www.cambrianhouse.com - Home of Crowdsourcing. The home for you to develop ideas, to grow business ventures, to contribute to projects, and to earn your just rewards. Trac powers our wikis and is used to facilitate project management.
  • !EmailXThttp://www.emailxt.com - We use Trac to manage the development of the next-generation e-mail for the internet, EmailXT
  • Ireadnews - http://ireadnews.net - We use trac with subversion to manage all our software projects include ithis.
  • DevjaVuhttp://devjavu.com - Free, simple hosted Trac and Subversion. It's no bullshit project hosting ;)
  • Urodahttp://wdziek.nfoIn our computer forum and portal, we use trac for resolv our problems with the beta software we use
  • Evolve Studiohttp://www.evolve.st/ - We use trac with subversion to manage all our software projects (websites and management tools).
  • Nattguidenhttp://www.nattguiden.no/ - A community based pop-culture site Oslo (Norway). Trac is used for handling development and technical issues between the editorial staff and technical crew.
  • Beryl Projecthttp://www.beryl-project.org/ - The Beryl Project (a fork of Compiz, providing a free, open source desktop experience to the community that reflects the wishes of the users) uses Trac in combination with Subversion to manage the open source project development.
  • Banuhttp://www.banu.com/ — We develop free software and provide free software based engineering services for scientific computation. We use Trac to host our tickets and process documentation, and also to integrate them with Subversion. Trac provides an apt, trim and extensible project management system with simply the right features. We have used both Subversion and Trac from their early days and we highly recommend them for any software project.
  • Haikuhttp://haiku-os.orgWe use a customized Trac version for task and bug tracking as a replacement for the ugly and complicated BugZilla system. Our primary customizations are support for hierarchical components and UI simplifications for end-users (they only see what they need).
  • Spikefinhttp://www.spikefin.comUsing trac to manage development of Spikefin Gobius, our food & hospitality POS and enterprise management software.
  • Insideable.com — we use Trac for planning game and tracking user's stories in the projects.
  • IT-PROJECTS.comhttp://svn.it-projects.com uses trac to maintain their subversion hosting developments, which includes Trac, Bugzilla and Testopia.
  • PowerSpike — it is possible to make to support trac with already existing a Subversion program
  • Instadiahttp://instadia.com/ — We use the workflow sandbox, the QA is crucial for us. Trac completely covers change and configuration management, as well as supporting the planning/scheduling. We use trac across the organization to provide efficient workflow and communication.
  • Zomp.nlhttp://www.zomp.nl — I use it for organising the development of the open source weblog system Zomplog.
  • 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.
  • MundoBIPhttp://mundobip.comIn our computer forum and portal, we use trac for resolv our problems with the beta software we use
  • dm-phttp://www.dm-p.deFor tracking issues and software development we use Trac and Bugzilla - two amazing kinds of software we only can recommend.
  • ACM@UIUChttp://www.acm.uiuc.edu/trac/We use Trac for development of many award-winning projects at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign student chapter of the Association for Computing Machinery.
  • Adiumhttp://adiumx.com/Adium is a multiprotocol im client for OS X. We use Trac to support our community.
  • Pidginhttp://www.pidgin.imPidgin is a multiprotocol im client. The project also creates libpurple and Finch, a library that provides the core of Adium, and a text multiprotocol im client respectively. We use Trac for our developer wiki and ticketing system.
  • 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.
  • Firehttp://trac.fireim.org/Fire is a multi-protocol IM client for Mac OS X. We use trac to manage our trouble ticket system and roadmap for releases. We are also adding support for using the Wiki to provide online help for our user community.
  • 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 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.
  • OpenSistemashttp://www.opensistemas.com/Linux and Free Software development company from Spain. We use Trac / svn on every project we develop.
  • 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.
  • TracTuxhttps://tractux.bulix.org/A project hosting platform based on Apache2/Trac/Svn, currently in developpment (Maxime Petazzoni)
  • 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/Rails 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.
  • TrimPathhttp://trimpath.com/projectWe use Trac to maintain our open-source software projects, including the JavaScript Templates (JST) engine.

  • 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.
  • NASA's FUN3D Teamhttp://fun3d.larc.nasa.gov/We use Trac to provide lightweight project management for our Agile software development environment.
  • 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.
  • Clayesmore Schoolhttp://www.clayesmore.netUsing the ticket system to manage our IT support department job list, and the combined wiki for user-guides to the network. Best software for the job I've ever used!
  • 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.
  • DanyelZanhttp://traclog.blogspot.comQuick install guide in spanish for Trac Win. Guía Rápida de instalación de Trac en Windows en Español.
  • 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).
  • Recovinylhttp://www.recovinyl.comWe use Trac internally to set the goals for each week of development (extreme programming), repository browsing is also used by the people involved in the project
  • 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.
  • Dallas Freemanhttp://www.dallasfreeman.com — I must say that I will never do another project without using Trac, easy to collaborate and share ideas, work and resources.
  • 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.
  • Fotobuch-XXL.dehttp://www.fotobuch-xxl.de — we use it for our closed source project management like tickets, documentation and maybe also the sources in future.
  • MegaLogikahttp://megalogika.lt — We use it to manage all our projects: tickets, ideas, documentation, source
  • CME Resource/NetCEhttp://www.netce.com — We are a continuing education provider for medical professionals. Trac is essential to many of our workflows, not just for programming but also educational content development, employee reference, and even facility maintenance. Out website mentioned before was developed and is still maintained with the assistance of Trac.
  • Hruskahttp://www.hruska.si — We use Trac for development and coordination of out projects as well as maintaining documentation and knowledge database.
  • SysCPhttp://www.syscp.de — SysCP, the System Control Panel is a server administration tool. They use Trac both externaly as an extensible wiki engine, and internally to track down incidents and help use developing the web server administration tool.
  • SAThttp://www.svnadmin.org/SAT is a Subversion Administration Tool under GPL. Trac is used as documentation tool and of course for ticketing etc.
  • AntSVKhttp://www.antsvk.org/ — Ant SVK is a Ant Task for the integration of SVK calling in the famous Java build tool Ant.
  • OpenWengohttp://openwengo.org/ — Wengo is a VoIP provider from France… …This website serves as a hub to our Open Source projects. Currently our main offering is WengoPhone, a GPL-licensed multi-platform softphone.
  • Easy-Procurehttp://www.easy-procure.com/ — We are using trac for our software development process. We use tickets, svn integration and documentation. Never used a better tool before - great work!
  • Pijlhove ICT Solutionshttp://www.pijlhove-ict.nl — Trac is our strength in combining subversion, basic project management, ticketing and cruisecontrol. We use it in all our J2EE, Logistics and Loftware projects.
  • NexTune, Inc.http://www.nextune.netInternally, Trac allows us to effectively manage our version control systems, provide an easy gateway to specifications and documentation, and ease the flow of tasks and bugs even when we aren't all in the office. Thank you, Trac team!
  • Mentor Graphics - Embedded Systems Divisionhttp://www.mentor.com/We're using Trac to manage some of our embedded networking products (Nucleus Middleware). Trac has given us an excelent and fun-to-use development environment. Thanks TracTeam!
  • Ben Kazezhttp://www.benkazez.com/ — I'm using Trac to manage the development of Widget Boss, a Cocoa application for Mac OS X. It's so streamlined that I sometimes forget it's there.
  • Modulix (Web Agency)http://www.modulix.com — We use a Trac instance for each of our projects, and we're on our way to extend it as a general project management tool. Great tool BTW.
  • MvBloghttp://dev.mvblog.org — We use Trac to manage the development of MvBlog opensource weblog tool. Before trac this was a mess, now it simply works.
  • Sound Evolutionhttp://www.soundevolution.com.au/ — Using Trac and SVN to track a number of projects in development (creating technology solutions for use in audio production for film, television, music and radio). It's a great way to keep track of files, documents, milesones, tasks, changes, etc, etc, etc. Go Trac, Go TracTeam!
  • KForgehttp://www.kforgeproject.com/ — KForge is an open-source (GPL) system for managing software and knowledge projects. It re-uses existing best-of-breed tools such as a versioned storage (subversion), a tracker (trac), and wiki (trac or moinmoin), integrating them with the system’s own facilities (projects, users, permissions etc). KForge also provides a complete web interface for project administration as well a fully-developed plugin system so that new services and features can be easily added.
  • Piermont Web Designhttp://piermontweb.comWe use Trac and Subversion to manage all our web development projects.
  • ZapZaraphttp://www.zapzarap.net — We switched form Wikiclone wackowiki to Trac because of the ticketing-system and the integration of SVN - and we love it! - great work! thank you!
  • F+P Engineering GmbHhttp://www.fplusp.comWe use Trac to manage the internal software development of our motion control products.
  • Pointstone Softwarehttp://www.pointstone.comWe use Trac to plan and manage the development of most of our projects. I only wish we had found Trac sooner.
  • Pocoohttp://trac.pocoo.org/We use trac to manage the development of our python powered webforum and related projects
  • X2 Studios, Ltdhttp://www.x2studios.com/ — "We use Trac to manage development of our Print Accounting line of products (checkBox and logSheet) for Mac OS X and Windows"
  • peekabothttp://www.peekabot.orgpeekabot is an open source multi-platform 3D visualization tool for robotics research and development. We utilize most trac features - the most useful one probably being the Timeline, a wonderful tool for keeping up to date with changes made by other developers.
  • Norfello Oyhttp://cmms.norfello.com/cmms/NorfelloCMMS OS is a powerful web-based CMMS application. It offers asset based functionality for managing work orders, reports, file attachments and asset information.
  • Sensational AGhttp://www.sensational.ch/ — We use trac for more and more of our projects. Like SVN before, this really changed our life. I will never be able to work on a project again if I'm not able to use trac. This tool truly rocks!
  • Anachronhttp://www.anachron.org/ — Anachron is a development team in the Game Development Club of Worcester Polytechnic Institute. We use Trac to manage and organize our projects. The rest of our club has since begun to use it as well.
  • Syronexhttp://www.syronex.com/ — We use this fantastic tool to manage our software projects, and I personally also use it to organize my research.
  • YouOShttp://www.youos.com/ — YouOS is a web-based OS and development platform. It uses Trac to manage 'tickets', displays the client-side source code with it, and the wiki is the primary documentation source.
  • System Services Development Team — Masaryk University —- http://www.muni.cz/ — team devoted to development of system tools and services on the Microsoft Windows NT(tm) platform.
  • Leafyhosthttp://www.leafyhost.com/We're a linux-based shared hosting provider. We use Trac for managing development of our control panel, Leafypanel. Of course, we support Trac and encourage our users to take advantage of it.
  • IPX-Serverhttp://www.ipx-server.de/We're one of the biggest ISPs in germany and develop webapplications for managing the workflow of our own and for our clients. Trac offers for this development an awesome base
  • GLPI Projecthttp://www.glpi-project.orgWe use Trac for managing development of the GLPI project and both all our (Indepnet) open source projects.
  • BigersNethttp://www.bigers.netWe use Trac for managing development of the SI project and both all our (Indepnet) open source projects.
  • Cactus Softwarehttp://www.cactus-soft.net/Usamos trac+svn para el seguimiento de control de versiones y un espacio para compatir documentos entre los miembros del equipo de desarrollo
  • Pakel d.o.o.We use Trac and SVN to manage our projects. Excellent combination of version control and bug/requirements managment. Thank you Trac team.
  • Truelite S.r.l.http://www.truelite.itAll our free-software projects are managed with Trac and Subversion. We love this tool!
  • EyeWonder, Inchttp://www.eyewonder.comMost of our software development is done using Subversion and Trac. It's an amazing tool that has improved productivity since it was deployed in a limited fashion in January, and definely since going into full-blown usage over the past few months.
  • S2G Limitedhttp://www.s2g-limited.comWe use Trac internally for our web-based software development, and on our consulting implementations as well.
  • CertAlert Software, Inc.http://www.certalertsoftware.comWe use Trac internally for our engineering project management, coupled with Selenium, jUnit, SVN and CruiseControl. This provides an outstanding platform for engineering innovation.
  • SynaptiCAD Inchttp://www.syncad.comWe use Trac and SVN for all our software projects. We use a common source base across Windows, Linux, Solaris, and HPUX.
  • Happy Tuesdays Productions, Londonhttp://www.happyt.co.ukTrac is used for a variety of aspects in our day to day tracking of requests and bugs. Helps with our Joomla developments also (must look at SVN when I get a moment!)
  • Browsershotshttp://browsershots.org/Trac for everything: documentation, code management, development plan, request tracker, blog.
  • OnRamp Accesswww.onr.com Using it as designed - to allow customers to report issues, ask questions, and just keep track of what's going on. Added a custom field for Test Status, and created a script to initialize the Trac defaults - milestones, components, and so forth.
  • Cali'Zone Knowledge Basehttp://kb.calizone.net:8000 or on IPv6Using it for personal purposes and to keep trac of my projects and to publish some information. A few nice additions to Trac would make it perfect, such as support for multiple products in the Ticket system for example.
  • Jupehttp://jupe.binaervarianz.de — Jupe is a UML Plugin for Eclipse. It provides support for the creation of UML class diagrams, Java code generation and reverse engineering. Jupe is based on the GEF and UML2 frameworks and supports Eclipse 3.2.
  • UfSoft - http://ufsoft.org — UfSoft "Unfinished Software" provides trac hosting to Free Open Source Projects.
  • Famundo LLC - http://www.famundo.com — a hosted family management application with all development happening exclusively on Trac. The team is working from different parts of the world, accessing a secure version of trac.
  • BESSY - http://www.bessy.de — A research lab (accelerator) running 24/7. We use Trac as a trouble ticket system between the facility operators and the device responsibles.
  • MythTV - MythTV is a popular program that records TV shows and plays them back. They use Trac for their bug tracking system: http://cvs.mythtv.org/trac
  • Collective Insight - Collective Insight LLC provides Web software that leverages social networks, unleashes collective intelligence, and reduces information overload. http://collectiveinsight.net. They are happy to use Trac & SVN.
  • CCP is a persistent world developer. We currently have one world in operation, EVE Online. Our setup consists of Apache, mod_python, Python 2.4, Perforce and MSSQL. A great tool with promising future developments.
  • BSDRadius BSDRadius is open source RADIUS server targeted for use in Voice over IP (VoIP) applications. Developers of BSDRadius use Trac for full project management and are very statisfied with it's simplicity and power.
  • Metrored We are a data & voice carrier in Valencia, Spain. We use TRAC to manage all our internal development projects.
  • GSyC/LibreSoft We are Libre Software research group in Madrid, Spain. We use TRAC to manage all our projects, including our Open Source European projects and also some national and internal projects. You can see the activity of the projects in our activity planet that syndicates the timelines of all of them.
  • Lazy Search is a plugin for the open source SlimServer music server. Trac is used to allow the management of documentation, downloads, enhancement requests and problem reports from within the user community and it works very well.
  • Broadway Technologyhttp://www.broadwaytechnology.com/ — We use Trac for all of our project management and issue tracking. Its clean integration with SVN allows our developers to spend more time focusing on technical challenges, rather than dealing with administrative processes.
  • HfbK School of Fine Artshttp://www.hfbk-hamburg.de/ — trac is our documentation, help-ticket, extended memory and seminar-softwareproject system.
  • Jelix PHP5 frameworkhttp://developer.jelix.org — we use trac to help us to manage bugs, roadmap, write documentation for jelix contributor etc..
  • CivicActions — We use multiple Trac instances to manage our F/OSS online professional services development for clients as well as for internal projects.
  • Seegrid Corp. — We use Trac internally for managing the software development effort. We also use it externally for several integration projects (currently just for ticketing, wiki, and roadmap components).
  • http://www.vrom.nl/wkpb — Used Trac for complete develeopment cycle, coordination between development and test team while working according to TDD, and most essential (through adding a custom duration attribute to Tickets) providing a real time view of project progress. Essential was that everybody invloved used Trac as their central information repository.
  • AlternChttp://www.alternc.org/ — We use Trac for this gpl hosting control panel software suite. We will soon use trac for the alternc website himself … This tool is an essential one for our project. Thanks all.
  • BaseSoft B.V. — We use Trac for internal project management, release management, ticketing and support.

  • Oxford Instruments Molecular Biotools — We use discipline-specific (hardware, software, etc.) milestones to manage all the incoming tickets (both bug reports and feature requests) of a few multidisciplanary projects. Planning and tracking is done in a separate Excel sheet.
  • CNWCNW is a consulting company, based in Karlstad and Norrköping, Sweden.
  • Cocoatech — we use Trac for development of Path Finder, a file manager for OS X written in Cocoa / Obj-C. We tried a lot of solutions before but Trac is the best so far :)
  • Sell@Market - http://www.sellatmarket.com — We use Eclipse + Trac + Subversion to develop Sell@Market - a web-based service that monitors stocks in real-time and recommends when to sell shares.
  • SUNCOM Systems - http://www.suncom.info/ — We are a software consulting company and use Trac on inhouse and on customer projects.
  • FourD Development - http://www.fourddev.com/ — We develop AJAX based systems for public safety applications. We use Trac internally and with our customers and have integrated Trac with our Jabber MUC to get real-time notifications of SVN checkins and Trac ticket changes.
  • Gatsby Computational Neuroscience Unit (UCL)http://www.gatsby.ucl.ac.uk — Used internally for svn managed software projects and as a general IT help-desk facility (documentation & trouble-ticketing).
  • FIRE Solutionshttp://www.firesolutions.com — We use Trac + Subversion for developing and managing all of our compliance products for the financial services industry.
  • Wifidoghttp://dev.wifidog.org - We use Trac to manage the development of our premier Open Source captive portal solution, Wifidog.
  • Tattertoolshttp://dev.tattertools.com - One of the largest open source projects in South Korea. We develope a web-based publishing platform, currently a blog tool.
  • Peerwater.orghttp://www.peerwater.org - Peer Review and Networked funding model to solve water problem of the world. A effort of Blue Planet Run foundation.
  • mVerify Corporationhttp://www.mverify.com - We use Trac for development of MTS — our automated testing product for end-to-end mobile application testing.
  • A P Corphttp://www.a-p-c.de - We use Trac for development of customer purposes in combination with bugzilla.

  • DownThemAll! http://downthemall.net/ - DownThemAll (or just dTa) is a powerful yet easy-to-use Mozilla Firefox extension that adds new advanced download capabilities to your browser.
  • !Networked Concepts, LLC! http://www.networkedconcepts.com/ - A new media startup which specialize in interactive rich media streaming and "social" entertainment. Our flagship project is waves.tv
  • Thomas SEO Internet Marketinghttp://www.xiuk.de - We use TRAC to develop our projects and our ideas and we also recomend it to our clients. Generally we are very satisfied with it. thanx and keep the great work up
  • Jajukhttp://jajuk.info - Jajuk is a powerful GPL Java Jukebox. Trac strongly improved our project management and is a key factor for quality
  • The Monk Studiohttp://www.themonkstudio.com - Trac has been implemented for internal source control, interface to svn repository and developer tasks management
  • GTI Treffenhttp://www.gti-treffen.com - Trac is in use for internal source control mainly on your car tuning site. Is there a way to support Trac in a way of donations. waiting for contact my the admins.
  • svndigest — We use subversion and Trac to maintain the development of svndigest: a tool for calculating statistics on a subversion repository. It works great. Thanks guys!
  • Verek Ltd.http://www.verek.com — We are not using Trac yet but it's pretty cool and I think that we will use it soon.
  • BoonEx Development Zonehttp://www.boonex.net/ — BoonEx Community Software Experts uses Trac as a special place to report bugs, suggest features and participate in beta testing of the upcoming versions of BoonEx community software. Our customers are taking part in BoonEx product development, informed on the development progress and know what's coming and when.
  • SableCChttp://sablecc.org — We use Trac along with TracMercurial to host the development of SableCC 4. We also use GNU Mailman to host a special registration mailing-list which allows us to provide automated account creation with email verification. Trac is terrific!
  • websHoX.orghttp://trac.webshox.org/ — The german websHoX team uses Trac for coordinate the software development of serveral programms, like Globby, our phpBB2 Mods and some others, they aren't released yet.
  • Futchers Companyhttp://futchers.com — We use trac in all our WEB projects. Professional Software Development
  • TiddlyWikihttp://trac.tiddlywiki.org/wiki — TiddlyWiki is a reusable non-linear personal web notebook that's used by many thousands of people to organise and share information.
  • FGV - Fundação Getúlio Vargashttp://epge.fgv.br/ — We use Trac as an documentation and developing companion to keep our research projects under control.
  • Excepthttp://except.com.ar — We use Trac to organize our life as a company, both for our developments and for our internal organization, tracking tickets and documenting with the wiki tool.
  • i-net software - http://www.inetsoftware.de — We started using Trac in January 2007, for internal development planning for our reporting product i-net Crystal-Clear. It has since helped us immensely to get a better overview over open feature requests and milestone planning.
  • Access Control Systems - http://www.kronwerk.ru/ — We use Trac 0.10.4 and subversion to manage our development. We success migrate from Bugzilla3.0 & CVSNT on Jul 2007 to Trac 0.10.4 and subversion 1.4. NewWorkflow very necessary function.
  • Fluminense Federal University (UFF) - http://dev.id.uff.br/projetos — We use Trac and subversion to manage our development and to make easy for everyone to see about our projects.
  • Textfyre, Inc. — Uses trac for task, issue, bug tracking and subversion browsing.
  • University of California, San Diego (UCSD) — Uses trac internally in several groups and departments on campus dealing with a range of systems. Using OpenID, we've integrated Trac into our single sign-on system.
  • Nutrun.com — We use trac for project management and will extend its usage to general file and doc management
  • reasonsolutions.com — We use trac for project management and will extend its usage to general file and doc management
  • LIP6 — We use Trac internally for all kind of projects: master thesis, Ph. D., papers, etc.
  • Mobio — Mobile Application Development firm. Uses Trac internally to manage development issues. Eagerly awaiting the official release of 0.11!!!
  • Lazyheads Webdesign — We use Trac to host and maintain our LazyCMS and projects we work on for our clients.
  • ArcherMind — We integrate Trac, Drupal and JProject to support software outsourcing.
  • Kayano, Australia — Use trac for all development projects as well as integrated into software for automated bug reporting. Also used for day to day management of non development projects within the company.
  • Wired Logic IT Solutions — We use Trac for all project management tasks and now starting to allow client access. We find the Subversion integration very helpful.
  • Byte-Code srlhttp://www.byte-code.com — Byte-Code, a Red Hat and JBoss Partner in Italy, uses Trac for internal (and - soon - external) project management and bug tracking. We also evangelize customers on Trac usage.
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