On Fri, May 19, 2000 at 08:40:17AM +0100, Dave O Connor wrote:
> Someone called Comerford, Wayne said on Thu, May 18, 2000 at 07:45:37PM +0100:
> > Hi Guy's
> > I'm looking for a simple PHP comments page with a MYSQL backend under GPL.
> > Of course I'd write it myself if i had the knowledge, but I don't I'm
> > afraid.
> > Something in the region of, a user posts a problem and i can add a solution
> > to it.
> > Something with an admin page too so as I would be the only one adding a
> > solution, something similar to helpdesk but a lot simpler.(checked
> > freshmeat, all to complicated for what i need)
> > If anybody is using something like what I'm looking for could you mail me
> > the location where i could download it.
> It may not be EXACTLY what you're looking for, but have you tried bugzilla?
> (http://bugzilla.mozilla.org). People report bugs. You resolve them, giving an
> explanation. It's more or less what you might want :)
The other program that might do the same thing is RT. It's based on req (which
an email based request tracker), but it has a web front end to it.
I think it's at http://www.fsck.com, but I'm sure google/Freshmeat will
turn it up for you... I'm waiting for the version that supports postgres..
Liam Bedford | What we've got here is, failure to
System Administrator | communicate. Some man you just can't
WBT Systems, Block 2, | reach... so you get what we had
Harcourt Centre, Harcourt St. | here last week, which is the way
01-4170100 | he wants it.
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