Bugs Everywhere is a "distributed bugtracker", designed to complement distributed revision control systems. By using distributed revision control as a backend for bug state, we gain several convenient features:
* Bugs and code that live on branches are tracked together -- when a branch is merged, both the code changes and bug changes that the branch contains are merged alongside each other. We no longer have to be confused about whether a fix that is applied to the development branch but not yet present in the production branch means that our bug is "fixed".
* Users can fully modify bug state while offline, unlike with many centralized bugtrackers.
* When a user checks out your source code, she gets the current bug state for free.
* Command-line, GUI and web interfaces are available.
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