You could take a look at some of the options: http://www.thegeekstuff.com/2010/08/bug-tracking-system/ source: google
I'm interested on hearing more experiences about this, I've known the EFL for a while, but haven't hear any expereices about it out of Enlightment, especially not on cross plataform aplicataions. Any thoughts/experiences ?
Well, it sounds very interesting, as some have commented already, can we take a look at it ?
Is it similar to the one presented in this tutorial ?
tc6669 writes "Tom's Hardware just posted an interesting review of Ubuntu 10.04 LTS. It includes an expanded set of OS benchmarks that they also performed on the previous LTS release (8.04), to see just how much the mainstream Linux distro has progressed in two years."
An anonymous reader writes "After evolving over 15 years to get to 1.0, a mere 2 years later and Wine 1.2 is just about here. There have been many many improvements and plenty of new features added. Listing just a few (doing no justice to the complete change set): many new toolbar icons; support for alpha blending in image lists; much more complete shader assembler; support for Arabic font shaping and joining, and a number of fixes for video rendering; font anti-aliasing configuration through fontconfig; and improved handling of desktop link files. Win64 support is the milestone that marks this release. Please test your favorite applications for problems and regressions and let the Wine team know so fixes can be made before the final release. Find the release candidate here."
Mod the parent/autor up !! And hopefully his post will help to clear all the misunderstandings.