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Update (19/09/2012): This procedure has changed. To send feedback regarding Google+ follow the steps below: Click on the cog wheel button in the upper-right part of the page Click on Send feedback Follow the steps in the window that will appear Source. Go to you Google+ account. In the bottom right corner you have a Send Feedback button. Click it A ...
There are a few out there... none that I would call a clone exactly. I'll list off some good alternatives that I'm aware of though. Retrospectiva Redmine Trac TeamLab OpenAtrium Fulcrum
I finally found it! It's called Team System Web Access and it lets you create new work items via a URL.
I found a few links regarding the TFS API Extending Team Foundation Server from MSDN Team Foundation is a multitiered application for which users install some components on >client computers and other components on the application tier. You can extend Team Foundation by using its client object model on the client computers or the server object >model ...
Fog Creek Software offers a FogBugz and Kiln bundle package. This includes bug tracking/project management, a Wiki, and source control, all tightly integrated. Kiln runs on top of Mercurial and provides a great web interface for browsing code, managing repos, and doing code reviews. Unlike Google code, however, Kiln is currently private. That is, you ...
According to the Google+ Help Forum if you want to report an issue you need to use the "Send Feedback" at the bottom of the page. Find answers to your Google+ questions, and build karma by sharing your knowledge in our Google+ Discuss community. To report an issue, go to Google+ and click “Send feedback” at the bottom of the page. Check out our ...
GitHub now offers such graphs using the Pulse feature. By clicking on the left-most heartbeat icon of the repository you desire and setting the desired timeframe, you can see the number of issues created and resolved, though not in a graph manner, but in the form of a bar.
No, there's no public bug tracking system for those Google products. Sometimes Google employees participate in discussions in forums, like here: http://productforums.google.com/forum/#!topic/docs/2E9tLNWdhAw Note that Google Employees have the small Google icon next to their name. If you are a Google Apps for Business customer, you might be eligible for ...
Have a look at Gemini. The guys at Countersoft have gone all out with the latest version and I can highly recommend it. It's free for up to 3 users and has a comprehensive REST api you can interface with. It's also highly flexible and configurable so you can structure your projects easily to include only the stuff that's relevant to your project(s).
You might want to look at: getsatisfaction.com - has SSO (called Fastpass) and APIs Atlassian JIRA - has SSO through Atlassian's Crowd product, and various other options, plus APIs getsatisfaction is quite end-user oriented, while JIRA is more of a developer's bug tracker.
You might want to consider Basecamp. I can only post two links since I am a new user, but here is a link for all the reasons you should try Basecamp. It contains all the features you requested above. Seems to be the right direction for your needs.
I am not sure if it is going to be easy to find an exact clone, but you have some good other open source bug tracking solutions: Trac , Mantis, Redmine, etc. (there are installers to make the deployment easy at BitNami site.)
In my company we use Trac http://trac.edgewall.org/ Trac is an enhanced wiki and issue tracking system for software development projects. It provides an interface to Subversion (or other version control systems), an integrated Wiki and convenient reporting facilities. Trac allows wiki markup in issue descriptions and commit messages, ...
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