On 2009-01-09, we launched [Trac], the popular bug tracking, wiki, and repository browsing application as part of our [Hosted Apps] offering. Trac is now available on an opt-in basis for projects (via [Hosted Apps]) and for per-developer instances (via [Hosted Apps for Developers]).
Our Hosted Apps offering, available to both developers and projects, now includes ten applications: phpBB (forum), MediaWiki (wiki), LimeSurvey (surveys), Piwik (web analytics), MantisBT (bug tracking), dotProject (project management), URL shortening, Gallery (image gallery), Laconica (microblogging), and Trac (bug tracking, wiki). Future expansion of the Hosted Apps offering will be announced to the [Site Status forum].
Trac includes a number of [features] including:
* bug tracking
* project management (milestones)
* Subversion repository browsing
Trac's approach to these features is tightly integrated. Commits may reference a bug ticket. Wiki text may be used within a bug ticket. Trac includes extensive search and reporting capabilities to help locate data quickly across all of its features.
A [demo of Trac] is provided by hosted-projects.com. Additional information on Trac is available in the [FAQ] and [documentation] provided by the project.
We're confident that Trac will provide substantial value to SourceForge.net projects. Several of the SourceForge.net site teams have been using Trac (and derivatives) internally for managing our own development activity.
Projects may opt-in for Trac service through the Hosted Apps section of their Project Admin pages.
Developers may opt-in for Trac service through the [My Hosted Apps] page.
If you have any questions or feedback regarding this new service, please submit a Support Request at [https://sourceforge.net/projects/alexandria/support/]
Director of Operations, SourceForge.net