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not sure if this is the right place, but hopefully someone might have thoughts on a solution/vendor.

Starting to spec out a project that will require multiple (50-100) developers to be able to manipulate source files/scripts for a large scale project. The idea is to be able to have each app go through a dev/review/test process, where the users can select (or be assigned) the role they're going to have for the given app.

I'm looking for web-based, version control, issue tracking, user roles/access, workflow functionality, etc...

Ideally, the process will also allow for the reviewed/valid app to then be exported to a separate system for testing on the test server/environment.

This can be hosted on our servers, or we can do the colo process.

I've checked out Alassian/Collabnet, but any thoughts you can provide would me appreciated as well.


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Check out Kiln and FogBugz made by Fog Creek Software (Joel Spolsky)

Kiln is a distributed version control and FogBugz is for issue/bug tracking, project management and customer support.

Both are web based and hosted by Fog Creek but there is an option to host them privately. They both have a range of pricing plans depending on the number of users.


Redmine is a web application (ruby) to host on your servers. It's free open source and could fullfill your needs.

Excerpt from the features list :

  • Multiple projects support
  • Flexible role based access control
  • Flexible issue tracking system
  • Gantt chart and calendar
  • SCM integration (SVN, CVS, Git, Mercurial, Bazaar and Darcs)

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