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Nightingale Forums - Which bugtracker to use?

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We currently have several options available for tracking bugs, so here is a poll to decide what we should use. All three trackers currently set up have bugs in them, so we will just move bugs from the others into whichever one we choose.
What about "The Buggenie"?
http://www.thebuggenie.com/ This can also be easily integrated with some VCS such as SVN or Mercurial (hooks that change the status of specific bugs depending on the commit message).
I voted Bugzilla, it's pretty solid, used by Mozilla/POTI/RedHat/Gnome etc.
But it's also pretty ugly, inaccessible, heavy to maintain and it looks, feels and behaves like 1995, even in its "new" version 4.
you can always make a theme for Bugzilla Wink
Have you ever tried that? There's too much HTML layout table crap hard-coded to create a good, semantic and accessible theme. Okay, I admit not having built one for Bugzilla 4 yet but not much seems to have changed in this respect.
Only doing a bit more beautiful CSS work is just half way there.