The Intersection of Distributed Bug Trackers and End Users

Lately (the past year or so) I’ve been using a tool called Ditz to manage my software issues.  Ditz is a distributed issue tracking system; it stores issues locally in a format that is easy for version control systems to efficiently track.  There are some interesting theories about these sorts of trackers (of which Ditz is but one); for one thing, issues can be branched and merged, which means that each branch can have a different state for the same issue – a feature that most issue trackers lack.

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