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SystemBugzilla
DescriptionBugzilla is an open source web-based bug tracking tool originally developed by the Mozilla project.
CategoryIssue Management
Project Management Zone Rankinginfomeasures the popularity of Project Management SystemsScore 42.24
Rank #10 Issue Management
Websitebugzilla.org
Technical documentationbugzilla.readthedocs.io/­en/­latest
Social network pages
Facebook691likes
Google+244followers
LinkedIn567followers
Twitter855followers
Initial release1998
LicenseOpen SourceinfoMozilla Public License
Web-based architectureyes
Programming languagePerl
Operating systemsLinux
OS X
Windows
Mobile appsAndroid
iOS
APIinfoApplication Programming InterfaceyesinfoXML-RPC, JSON-RPC or REST
Multi-useryes
Authentication mechanismPassword
LDAPinfoLightweight Directory Access Protocol
RADIUSinfoRemote Authentication Dial In User Service
NotificationsEmail
Issue Management Properties
Hierarchical issuesno
Custom fieldsyes
Custom workflowsyes

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