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Distributed bug tracker embedded in Git

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Jonathan Dahan

$235 USD since Feb 2019

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Paul Clark

$125 USD since Oct 2020

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Mark Brown

$105 USD since Jan 2019

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Timothée Mazzucotelli

$105 USD since Feb 2021

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Becker Awqatty

$85 USD since Mar 2020

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Brandon Philips

$50 USD since Apr 2020

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Michael Huggett

$45 USD since Oct 2021

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dmnk

$40 USD since May 2022

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John Baber-Lucero

$26 USD since Nov 2020

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Incognito

$24 USD since Mar 2020

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Pelle Wessman

$22 USD since Sep 2021

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$20 USD since Sep 2020

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Incognito

$15 USD since Jun 2020

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Anonymous

$10 USD since Oct 2018

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Kirill Maltsev

$10 USD since Feb 2019

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SIT

$195 USD since Sep 2018

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Triplebyte

$75 USD since Feb 2019

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Gitpod

$30 USD since Mar 2021

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$24 USD since Oct 2021

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$5 USD since Oct 2018

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$125 USD

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Becker Awqatty

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$85 USD

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$45 USD

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Today’s balance

$704.97 USD

Total raised

$940.40 USD

Total disbursed

$235.43 USD

Estimated annual budget

$358.94 USD

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News from git-bug

Updates on our activities and progress.

Release 0.8.0

More than 800 commits and a long long time after, git-bug v0.8.0 is now available. Once again, this release represent a push towards making git-bug generally useful and correct. The two main improvements are a new Entity framework and write...
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Published on November 20, 2022 by Michael Muré

Release 0.7.0

This release mainly feature the bidirectional Jira bridge, a dramatic webUI improvement and extensive bridges internal rework.@cheshirekow faced the Jira monster and wrote a complete bidirectional bridge. At the same time, work has been ...
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Published on March 10, 2020 by Michael Muré

Release 0.6.0

This release mainly feature the Github exporter, the bidirectional Gitlab bridge, extensive bridge improvements and better text support in the TermUI.Thanks to the work of @A-Hilaly during and after the Google Summer of ...
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Published on March 10, 2020 by Michael Muré

About


Would it be nice to not have to rely on a web service somewhere to deal with bugs ? Would it be nice to be able to browse and edit bug reports offline?

git-bug is a distributed bug tracker embedded in git. It uses git's internal storage so no files are added in your project.

As you would do with commits and branches, you can push your bugs to the same git remote you are already using to collaborate with other people.

git-bug feature a command line UI, an interactive terminal UI and a rich web UI.

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