bugs.kde.org -> bugzilla??

Neil Stevens neil at qualityassistant.com
Sun Aug 18 18:02:06 BST 2002

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On Sunday August 18, 2002 09:21, Carsten Niehaus wrote:
> > Can the login coercion be disabled or is an integral "feature" of
> > Mantis?
> Hi
> On you see the startpage for Mantis
> (which can be custimized). On this page you can have a button with
> "Anonymous login". That would be the same as the current situation on
> bugs.kde.org. With that "account" you could search bugs, view the
> statistics and so on. Developers would be able to create an account to
> be able to close bugs, move them... Of course the could also be
> master-accounts. It is very much custimizable (is that english;).

Is the webpage the only way to access the system?  Bugzilla has multiple 
interfaces (including email), so it would be possible to make KBugBuster 
work with Bugzilla.  Unless Mantis has that kind of flexiblity, I think 
Bugzilla wins.

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