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Re: html page for bug report

On Fri, Jan 12, 2018 at 05:04:25PM +0100, Pétùr wrote:
> On 12/01/18 05:57, Dan Ritter wrote:

> >Every bug or ticket tracker expands to fit at least a minimal
> >set of features: bug numbering, more states between "new" and
> >"fixed", assignment to individuals...
> >
> >I like Request Tracker (RT) an awful lot. It's in Debian. It is
> >not simple to set up, but it can be quite simple to use.

> Thanks, it seems too powerful for my present needs (I don't want users
> management, mysql database, etc.) but I will have a look.
> I will maybe create a html page with a form myself. But I don't see
> how the visitor can modify an bug report (to mark as fixed).

That's where the "complexity" of a database comes in. You need
*somewhere* to store the submitted bugs so that they can be recorded,
retrieved, and updated.


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