Talk:Bug tracking system
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- Just a point of note. There is nothing that says that a bug tracking system has to be a software application. It can be and has been done with pieces of paper (citation needed!). I do think there is some merit to merging this with Issue tracking system as strictly bugs are just one issue type. However there may also be merit to creating a page that deals with issue tracking/incident management for the software development environment. Any thoughts anyone? or should I just follow the wikipedia suggestion of being bold with my edits?! Hornsofthebull (talk) 15:57, 26 January 2009 (UTC)
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