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J. David Blackstone has a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science and Engineering and nine years of experience at a wireless telecommunications company, where he learned Perl and never looked back. J. David has an advantage in that he works really hard, he has a passion for writing good software, and he knows many of the world's best Perl programmers.

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Tuesday February 26, 2008
10:53 AM

Requirements management software

[ #35769 ]

I need something like RT, but specifically for requirements management. I've got a program with an ever-growing list of features and it's just getting unwieldy to keep track of it with my current tool, which is vi.

I could use RT itself, but that doesn't seem like a good idea. It just seems like it would be a mess to make every single one of these things a task.

Although I'm considering doing just that if I can't find anything else.

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  • Bugzilla and Trac are both great bug trackers. I've seen people write their own bug trackers, or use task management software such as Basecamp, and it turns into a giant mess.

    • I'm not sure a bug tracker is exactly what I'm looking for, either, although it might be a lot better than trying to use task management software.

      I was hoping someone would respond and say, "There's an extension for RT for this, here's a link." :)

      Maybe writing my own is what I really want to do...

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      J. David works really hard, has a passion for writing good software, and knows many of the world's best Perl programmers