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Hi Florian,

On Fri, Dec 06, 2013 at 02:24:50PM +0100, Florian Effenberger wrote:
[RedMine update]

Thanks for the update, very much appreciated.

This also means that Redmine is _NOT_ meant as replacement for
Bugzilla at all - not now, not later. Bugzilla fulfills a rather
different set of requirements, focused on development, while we are
looking for project management and ticketing, so I don't see a way
to combine all three requirements in one tool.

Just to clarify: this does not preclude us reconsidering RedMine as a
replacement for Bugzilla in a decade or so, as its really hard to see now how
both Bugzilla and RedMine will develop in the long run. But bugtracking for
LibreOffice the product clearly is out of scope for the current RedMine
instance. ;)

Please do _NOT_ rely on Redmine being a productive instance. It may
vanish at _ANY_ time, with loss of _ALL_ data. Again, it is an
_EVALUATION_, nothing to fully count on. Feel free to put productive
tickets into it, but do not expect any stability or reliability.

^^ ;)

Best,

Bjoern

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