Kevin,
 
I'm not sure that I can provide you with a feature breakdown.  JIRA is much nicer in my experience.  Enough
so that it has become the de-facto standard for open source projects.  While JIRA is not open source itself a
no-cost license is available for use with open source projects.  My employer also uses JIRA internally, but I
was not part of the process for selecting the internal issue management system.
 
-bryan
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From: jdbm-developer-admin@lists.sourceforge.net [mailto:jdbm-developer-admin@lists.sourceforge.net] On Behalf Of Kevin Day
Sent: Friday, January 13, 2006 9:47 AM
To: Thompson, Bryan B.; JDBM Developer listserv
Subject: re: [Jdbm-developer] jdbm issue tracking.

Bryan-
 
Just for my own edification - what are the advantages of using JIRA instead of the issue tracking system provided by SourceForge?
 
Thanks,
 
- K
 
 
> Alex,
 
I would like to  suggest that we use JIRA to track issues as we begin a 2.x jdbm.  I have  an
open-source license  grant [1] for the cweb project and  I can add a project entry for  jdbm.
 
-bryan
 
[1] http://jira.cognitiveweb.org/
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