----- Original Message -----
Sent: Wednesday, November 10, 2004 2:16 PM
Subject: Re: A general help on Eventum
> AD1. Bug is an issue
> AD2. It is PHP's bug tracker. It is very nice. But I prefer eventum as
> more flexible.
Thanks even I was wondering the same.
I have two other question then I think we are going for Eventum.
1.) On the top corner its always shows eventum. Can it be changed? I mean I
would like to show my company name?
2.) First time when eventum is installed, and I being administrator add
users like: Viewer, Reporter, Standard User, Developer, Manager,
Administrator. Now as I see, only user created using Administrator and
Developer roles can add issues. I consider my BETA TESTERS as Reportted and
they should also be able to report issues? Am I missing something here.
Also, if I go and Create a issue, I only get Category, Priority, Assignment
, Summary, Description. I want to select the version of the project also?
I will try to convey my setup which I plan to setup. Just wanted to know
your ideas and how to go along with Eventum:
I as a administrator will create a project that can have multiple versions
like 1.x, 2.x, 3.x etc. User assigned by me as developers or reporter can
logon and create/discuss issues. I as an administrator will assign the
issues to developers depending upon the area which the issue is intended
I also want general public to view all the issues and its related discussion
but not the developer to which it is assigned to.
Can I do it with eventum?
> Marcin Slusarczyk
> Message from "Ritesh Nadhani" <riteshp@stripped> received on 2004-11-10
> 2004-11-10 08:12
> "Ritesh Nadhani" <riteshp@stripped>
> To: <eventum-users@stripped>
> cc: (bcc: Marcin Slusarczyk/PLCRC/ABB)
> Subject: A general help on Eventum
> We are looking at Eventum to use it for our internal bugs and issue
> management. We got installed in our test server for a test run. Looks
> I have some doubts though:
> 1.) Its given that we can track issues/bugs from the tool. Now there is no
> options for bug tracking. Do we consider a issue as a bug?
> 2.) MySQL seems to be using a different bug tracker at
> . Is it also an open-source tool?
> 3.) I cant seem to change the default login/password i.e.
> / admin to something else? What should I do?
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