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#1: Vermis - new issue tracker in PHP

Posted on 2010-10-03 11:38:31 by Lukasz Cepowski

Hello,

I would like to introduce the project that I'm working on for a few
months :)
Project is called Vermis (lat. bug, worm). It is an Open Source issue
tracker and project management tool for software developers and project
managers that has been created for improving quality of code, efficiency
and speed of development. Designed as a standard web application written
in PHP, it can be used on almost any platform and hosting service,
including Windows, Linux and more.

Project is available here http://vermis.diabloware.com
The online demo is here http://vermis.diabloware.com/demo

The long term goal is to compete with commercial products like Jira and
other open source software like Trac, Redmine, Mantis, Bugzilla etc.
Vermis is being distributed under terms of GNU General Public License,
so you can use it both in open and closed source projects.

Why Vermis exists?
- Jira has a lot of features but it is hard to use, and first of all it
is a commercial software
- Redmine needs RoR which is resource consuming
- Trac needs Python
- Bugzilla needs Perl
- Mantis, hmm i just didn't like it ;)

Why Vermis is better than the other products?
- Vermis is written in PHP and uses MySQL, which is probably the most
widespread and the cheapest web platform nowadays
- It doesn't require any additional software on a hosting server (except
mod_rewrite which is also very popular)
- Currently it has similar functionalities lika Jira
- It growns very fast :)

What Vermis already has?
- Multiple projects in one place
- Web access from any place on Earth
- Public and private projects
- Many types of issues
- Components
- Milestones
- Versioning and the history of changes
- Dynamic grids (issue navigator)
- Many user accounts
- Online registration
- Notes
- File upload
- Comments
- Progress bars
- Email notifications

What Vermis will have?
- API via SOAP or REST
- Graphical reporting
- Burndown charts
- Agile support (Scrum)
- Custom issue types, priorities, statuses, etc
- Dynamic access control list
- Automatic collecting reports from the external applications
- Wrappers for PHP, Java, C#
- many more ;)

I'm inviting to watch, test and use Vermis.
Since version 1.0 RC3 Vermis is its own bugtracker, which is available
at http://bugs.diabloware.com
The latest source code you can download from
http://vermis.diabloware.com/download
Any questions you can post at the official project's forum which is at
http://forum.diabloware.com

I'm looking forward for any feedback, comments and critique :)

Thanks,
Lukasz (cepa) Cepowski
DiabloWare :: Software from Hell!
www.diabloware.com | www.cepowski.pl
skype: lukasz.cepowski
cell: +48 502 670 711

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#2: Re: Vermis - new issue tracker in PHP

Posted on 2010-10-03 13:04:50 by Ashley Sheridan

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On Sun, 2010-10-03 at 11:38 +0200, Lukasz Cepowski wrote:

> Hello,
>
> I would like to introduce the project that I'm working on for a few
> months :)
> Project is called Vermis (lat. bug, worm). It is an Open Source issue
> tracker and project management tool for software developers and project
> managers that has been created for improving quality of code, efficiency
> and speed of development. Designed as a standard web application written
> in PHP, it can be used on almost any platform and hosting service,
> including Windows, Linux and more.
>
> Project is available here http://vermis.diabloware.com
> The online demo is here http://vermis.diabloware.com/demo
>
> The long term goal is to compete with commercial products like Jira and
> other open source software like Trac, Redmine, Mantis, Bugzilla etc.
> Vermis is being distributed under terms of GNU General Public License,
> so you can use it both in open and closed source projects.
>
> Why Vermis exists?
> - Jira has a lot of features but it is hard to use, and first of all it
> is a commercial software
> - Redmine needs RoR which is resource consuming
> - Trac needs Python
> - Bugzilla needs Perl
> - Mantis, hmm i just didn't like it ;)
>
> Why Vermis is better than the other products?
> - Vermis is written in PHP and uses MySQL, which is probably the most
> widespread and the cheapest web platform nowadays
> - It doesn't require any additional software on a hosting server (except
> mod_rewrite which is also very popular)
> - Currently it has similar functionalities lika Jira
> - It growns very fast :)
>
> What Vermis already has?
> - Multiple projects in one place
> - Web access from any place on Earth
> - Public and private projects
> - Many types of issues
> - Components
> - Milestones
> - Versioning and the history of changes
> - Dynamic grids (issue navigator)
> - Many user accounts
> - Online registration
> - Notes
> - File upload
> - Comments
> - Progress bars
> - Email notifications
>
> What Vermis will have?
> - API via SOAP or REST
> - Graphical reporting
> - Burndown charts
> - Agile support (Scrum)
> - Custom issue types, priorities, statuses, etc
> - Dynamic access control list
> - Automatic collecting reports from the external applications
> - Wrappers for PHP, Java, C#
> - many more ;)
>
> I'm inviting to watch, test and use Vermis.
> Since version 1.0 RC3 Vermis is its own bugtracker, which is available
> at http://bugs.diabloware.com
> The latest source code you can download from
> http://vermis.diabloware.com/download
> Any questions you can post at the official project's forum which is at
> http://forum.diabloware.com
>
> I'm looking forward for any feedback, comments and critique :)
>
> Thanks,
> Lukasz (cepa) Cepowski
> DiabloWare :: Software from Hell!
> www.diabloware.com | www.cepowski.pl
> skype: lukasz.cepowski
> cell: +48 502 670 711
>


I like what you've done there. The way you've got the name of the bug in
the URL is good also, which is very different to how Mantis and Bugzilla
do it.

There was one slight issue I found with the search feature. I added a
bug called 'new bug 3rd Sept 2010', but when I searched for the words
'new bug' (without quotes) it wasn't found. Also, when I tried putting
quotes around the two words in the search box, the quote marks were
escaped back into the search box value as \'new bug\'

Aside from that, it all looks good, and I look forward to being able to
use it in the future.

Thanks,
Ash
http://www.ashleysheridan.co.uk



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#3: Re: Vermis - new issue tracker in PHP

Posted on 2010-10-03 13:25:45 by Lukasz Cepowski

On 03.10.2010 13:04, Ashley Sheridan wrote:
> On Sun, 2010-10-03 at 11:38 +0200, Lukasz Cepowski wrote:
>
>> Hello,
>>
>> I would like to introduce the project that I'm working on for a few
>> months :)
>> Project is called Vermis (lat. bug, worm). It is an Open Source issue
>> tracker and project management tool for software developers and project
>> managers that has been created for improving quality of code, efficiency
>> and speed of development. Designed as a standard web application written
>> in PHP, it can be used on almost any platform and hosting service,
>> including Windows, Linux and more.
>>
>> Project is available here http://vermis.diabloware.com
>> The online demo is here http://vermis.diabloware.com/demo
>>
>> The long term goal is to compete with commercial products like Jira and
>> other open source software like Trac, Redmine, Mantis, Bugzilla etc.
>> Vermis is being distributed under terms of GNU General Public License,
>> so you can use it both in open and closed source projects.
>>
>> Why Vermis exists?
>> - Jira has a lot of features but it is hard to use, and first of all it
>> is a commercial software
>> - Redmine needs RoR which is resource consuming
>> - Trac needs Python
>> - Bugzilla needs Perl
>> - Mantis, hmm i just didn't like it ;)
>>
>> Why Vermis is better than the other products?
>> - Vermis is written in PHP and uses MySQL, which is probably the most
>> widespread and the cheapest web platform nowadays
>> - It doesn't require any additional software on a hosting server (except
>> mod_rewrite which is also very popular)
>> - Currently it has similar functionalities lika Jira
>> - It growns very fast :)
>>
>> What Vermis already has?
>> - Multiple projects in one place
>> - Web access from any place on Earth
>> - Public and private projects
>> - Many types of issues
>> - Components
>> - Milestones
>> - Versioning and the history of changes
>> - Dynamic grids (issue navigator)
>> - Many user accounts
>> - Online registration
>> - Notes
>> - File upload
>> - Comments
>> - Progress bars
>> - Email notifications
>>
>> What Vermis will have?
>> - API via SOAP or REST
>> - Graphical reporting
>> - Burndown charts
>> - Agile support (Scrum)
>> - Custom issue types, priorities, statuses, etc
>> - Dynamic access control list
>> - Automatic collecting reports from the external applications
>> - Wrappers for PHP, Java, C#
>> - many more ;)
>>
>> I'm inviting to watch, test and use Vermis.
>> Since version 1.0 RC3 Vermis is its own bugtracker, which is available
>> at http://bugs.diabloware.com
>> The latest source code you can download from
>> http://vermis.diabloware.com/download
>> Any questions you can post at the official project's forum which is at
>> http://forum.diabloware.com
>>
>> I'm looking forward for any feedback, comments and critique :)
>>
>> Thanks,
>> Lukasz (cepa) Cepowski
>> DiabloWare :: Software from Hell!
>> www.diabloware.com | www.cepowski.pl
>> skype: lukasz.cepowski
>> cell: +48 502 670 711
>>
>
>
> I like what you've done there. The way you've got the name of the bug in
> the URL is good also, which is very different to how Mantis and Bugzilla
> do it.
>
> There was one slight issue I found with the search feature. I added a
> bug called 'new bug 3rd Sept 2010', but when I searched for the words
> 'new bug' (without quotes) it wasn't found. Also, when I tried putting
> quotes around the two words in the search box, the quote marks were
> escaped back into the search box value as \'new bug\'
>
> Aside from that, it all looks good, and I look forward to being able to
> use it in the future.
>
> Thanks,
> Ash
> http://www.ashleysheridan.co.uk
>
>
>

Thanks for your reply ;)

Vermis is still under development, actually this is the first version
that can be widespreaded and used in production environment.
I will add this bug to project's bugtracker at http://bugs.diabloware.com
If you would like to trace project's progress just create an account at
http://bugs.diabloware.com join Vermis project, and you will get
automatic email messages about what has been changed.

Thanks,
Lukasz (cepa) Cepowski
DiabloWare :: Software from Hell!
www.diabloware.com | www.cepowski.pl
skype: lukasz.cepowski
cell: +48 502 670 711


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#4: Re: Vermis - new issue tracker in PHP

Posted on 2010-10-07 07:55:32 by Lukasz Cepowski

Hello,

Actually I'm planning the 1.0 version of Vermis, if you have any
suggestions what should be improved and changed please share.
I'd very appreciate that kind of feedback.
Feel free to download, test and use Vermis.

Thanks,
Lukasz (cepa) Cepowski
DiabloWare :: Software from Hell!
www.diabloware.com | www.cepowski.pl
skype: lukasz.cepowski
cell: +48 502 670 711


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