So at last the new version of bugs.kde.org rolled in, and for the occasion I started looking around for frontends to this thing. I stumbled upon Deskzilla, which is proprietary, but they give away free open source licenses (I applied for one today) and have been mostly linux friendly so far in my opinion.
Here’s a screenshot of the layout I eventually ended up after playing with it for a few hours today:
It’s really comfy to be able to cache the bug reports and efficiently do jobs as confirming, marking duplicate bugs and commenting on things without having to deal with browser tabs and pages waiting for reload.
So, how’s the community’s view upon this piece of software? Do people look the other way because this is proprietary, or am I just slow to discover deskzilla? Are there already FOSS apps that do this? (and don’t try to say kbugbuster, it’s completely broken)