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What is an open-source alternative to the Atlassian suite of products (Confluence, JIRA, etc.)?

That's simple - GitLab - i know you're looking at another direction, but if you think about it, GitLab has great implementation opportunities beyond building software. It has most of the features ...
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Something like issue tracking system for family projects

Yet, another alternative you should consider is Trello. With a programming background, you may be familiar with the Agile/Scrum and Kanban methodologies. Trello steals from that by providing “boards”...
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Code review software with ticketing system and in-line code editor

It sounds like you are looking for ReviewBoard. Interfaces with multiple version control systems Syntax highlighted code, (in 300 languages), in diffs Smart handling of indentation changes ...
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Something like issue tracking system for family projects

Have you considered Google Keep: Store notes, tasks, images, etc. Reminders including repeated items Lists of tasks, etc., can have tick boxes and can be re-ordered Items can be shared with ...
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Issue tracker without login

Many, if not all, of the trackers and wikis that I have encountered allow anonymous access if you decide to enable it - the reasons that this is rarely done are a) traceablitly, b) feedback & c) ...
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All-in-one and lightweight management software for a software startup

I have been using Pivotal Tracker, which is extremely lightweight but allows you track user stories, bugs and chores. It has some integration with github available as well. The interface (web based) ...
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Gratis extremely simple to install bug tracker for Linux server

I'm using Gitea here for a similar purpose. It's like a "mini Github", letting you maintain your Git repos together with issues and wikis (you can even mirror remote ones with it). It's lightweight ...
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Ubuntu command line client for JIRA

I've been working on (and using) this command-line utility for the past few months since I was looking for a similar tool but couldn't find any to satisy my needs. It is still a work in progress and ...
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Ubuntu command line client for JIRA

For now I stick to go-jira. It's the most powerful, most configurable alternative which can be installed as executable binary. To manage the extensive command line interface I recommend to define ...
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Software development “todo” (issue) tracker hosted locally

You could always use git itself! Have a directory called bugs and one called feature_requests, when you get a request create a new bug or feature request as a markdown or rst file, you could use a ...
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JIRA Alternative wich allows non users to create issues/tasks

Have you already considered using Jira Service Desk instead? It's giving your non-tech users a different view on the issues but your tech users can still work with your issues using the regular view. ...
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Tools to manage solo software project

Trello seems to be simple enough for my needs. Can create columns and creating items in each column is fast and easy. Projects are hosted on online account and as such accessible from anywhere (web ...
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All-in-one and lightweight management software for a software startup

Full disclosure: I am the founder & CEO of Comb We built Comb because we wanted a simple issue tracker that got out of our way and allowed us to go fast. Comb forces you to prioritize your tasks, ...
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Control Panel for monitoring program jobs

What you need is an Issue Tracker. Jira is very popular, but costs. There are many good free (some FOSS) Issue Trackers, with probably the most venerable being Bugzilla. Just examine some and choose ...
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Flat-file PHP issue tracker

You should have a look at Traq. It runs with the file based "database" Sqlite (look at the travis configurations). It has a nice user interface and all the features you are looking for.
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Trello-like application with public issue tracking features

I believe Phabricator does this. It has workboards, which I believe is what you mean by "Trello-like". Example: https://phabricator.wikimedia.org/tag/outreach-programs-projects/ It also has various ...
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Gratis extremely simple to install bug tracker for Linux server

I'm using Mantis, which is a pure bug tracking system (unlike Gitea suggested by @Izzy). gratis: yes, GPL licensed. for Linux: yes, according the system requirements (and because I run it on Debian ...
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Email-based helpdesk

Consider Jitbit Helpdesk. We are heavily focused on working with email and have all the necessary features. All emails are converted into tickets or replies to existing tickets. We have a flexible ...
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Open source issue/bug tracker with image copy/paste functionality needed

Have you looked into Phabricator I'm not a coder or anything, I've only ever used it from a visitor point of view, but the guys over at the Blender Foundation use a self hosted Phabricator instance ...
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Best Choices for Application Lifecycle Management

Unfortunately I can not speak for MS TFS nor IBM. But I have a strong experience with many Atlassian tools, as a user and as an administrator. With Jira, I have even written a few plugins (synchro ...
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Software development “todo” (issue) tracker hosted locally

Maybe use gitlab. The issue tracker is superb. It also includes a Kanban-Board, but I don't know if this is included in the free edition.
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Simple issue tracker for GitHub (Github bugtracker is not OK)

Disclaimer: I'm the founder & CEO of Comb Comb is was an issue tracker that focuses on prioritization. Tasks are ordered in priority order and the system ensures that team members work on tasks in ...
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Bug/issue tracker for small extent team

Full disclosure: I am the founder & CEO of Comb Comb was built for teams that value efficiency. The primary focus is on a prioritized task list, and getting through that list. Comb assigns work ...
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Bug/issue tracker for small extent team

We used Github for a while and then Gitlab. Github is more popular and intuitive but more expensive for private projects. Gitlab is more cumbersome and slow but free for all projects and has more out-...
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Software with Workflow and Ticketing features

Disclaimer: GLPi partner GLPi seems to address exactly your needs. Give it a try. You can go with Open Source (community support), SaaS or Hire support from a teclib GLPi partner.
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Support ticketing system for multiple clients

Feel free to check out Planio which has all of the required features + concierge level customer support. Planio is based on the Open Source project Redmine and we're one of its major contributors. We'...
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Searching support ticket software

I'd like to recommend osTicket. It's an open source ticket system and can be run on your own server (just using PHP & MySQL). It's pretty simple but very powerful. It doesn't have its own app but ...
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What is an open-source alternative to the Atlassian suite of products (Confluence, JIRA, etc.)?

Try ZenTao. It is designed by agile teams and for agile teams to manage application development from the planning to releasing (for application lifecyle management). It is open source, self-hosted, on ...
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Webapp for customer support and sharing files to customers

I use redmine for such things. It has issue tracking, you can create a "project" for each customer, then any logins they have are members of only that project. There are places for wikis and for ...
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