As an aside, the other OS project I'm heavily involved with evaluated Trac on SF and found it to be better than SF Tracker but inferior to JIRA, we moved to JIRA pretty quickly after that.
SF hosted apps tend to have the problem of having most features disabled with no way of you enabling them :(.
> While we're mentioning features taht we'd like to see, can I
> mention that I'd like to see a tool that allows proper editing
> of things that are posted to the tracker. The immutability
> of the sourceforge trackers drives me mad. Someone
> posts a badly formatted tracker and you're stuck with it.
> And stuff copied between trackers looks abysmal.
> 2009/7/17 Tom Parker <thpr@...>:
> > A few other comments:
> > trac and Mantis are available as hosted apps on SourceForge
> > Since all of these are something we can install and test, we should reduce
> > this to (preferably) 2 or (maybe) 3 options and push their features to see
> > what we think.
> > We should also look at the difficulty in exporting/importing from the
> > SourceForge XML export format since we don't want to lose our existing
> > trackers (None of the tools seemed exactly incapable of this, it was just a
> > matter of difficulty)
> > TP.
> > --
> > Tom Parker
> > thpr@... and tppublic@...