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I am looking for an issue tracker/bug tracker where I can decide access control on a per-issue basis. Issue trackers I've seen (trac, redmine, JIRA) each do that on a level of project, so I'd have to make a project for every subset of people allowed to see given issue--and this is prohibitive in my usecase.

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Could could try out fogbugz http://www.fogcreek.com/fogbugz/ however it isnt free but it is really good.

Persmissions info can be found here

Guide on managing them - https://developers.fogbugz.com/default.asp?W119

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I don't see this feature on the feature list. Is it really there? – liori Jun 17 '11 at 9:56
    
@liori after rereading your question I dont fully get what your after however there a lot of plugins for fogbugz that may meet your requirements fogcreek.com/fogbugz/plugins – Matt Jun 17 '11 at 10:01
    
I have found none. – liori Jun 17 '11 at 10:36
    
@liori could you give a more detailed explanation of what your after? As Im unsure as to your needs – Matt Jun 17 '11 at 10:47
    
Exactly what I wrote: I want to decide who can see and who can modify each ticket. – liori Jun 17 '11 at 15:13

Bugzilla allows the bug submitter to designate individual bugs as security bugs or otherwise confidential. In that case they will only be seen by a previously designated list of staff, and will not be public.

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Is there only a single "security" group, or maybe I can create multiple such groups? – liori Apr 18 '11 at 12:25

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