WebIssues is an open source, multi-platform system for issue tracking and team collaboration. It can be used to store, share and track issues with various attributes, description, comments and file attachments. It is easy to install and use but has many capabilities and is highly customizable.

Main features:

  • The Desktop Client application can run natively on Windows, Linux and OS X
  • The Web Client can be used to access the system using a web browser
  • The server can be installed on any host with PHP 5.2 or newer and MySQL, PostgreSQL or SQL Server
  • Issues can be filtered using public and personal views with configurable filtering criteria
  • Email notifications can be sent and the Desktop Client can periodically check for new and modified issues meeting various criteria
  • Various reports can be printed directly from the Desktop Client or exported as HTML and PDF documents

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WebIssues 1.1.5 released

The latest release of WebIssues adds a few minor features and fixes some bugs. It is now possible to quickly filter issues by project in the global list of issues. This way you can quickly switch between projects without having to navigate between folders. The issue history now displays projects names in addition to folder names for move operations, to avoid ambiguities when projects contain folders with the same name. The drop down list of issues displayed when creating a view or an issue is now filtered so that non-administrator users don't see all users in the system, only users that share the same projects. The mobile client was also slightly improved in this version, to make it easier to use on small mobile devices.

Thanks to the great community of open-source translators, the new version of WebIssues adds support for three new languages: Hungarian (for both Web Client and desktop client), Norwegian and Serbian (for Web Client only). Finally, problems with compiling the desktop client when using the latest version of Qt have been resolved.

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