=== Plugin Name === Contributors: tickerator Donate link: http://www.tickerator.org Tags: issue tracking, bug tracking, project tracking, submit bugs, issues Requires at least: 3.4.1 Tested up to: 3.4.1 Stable tag: 1.0.5 License: GPLv2 License URI: http://www.gnu.org/licenses/gpl-2.0.html Simple bug-tracking software easily managed on your Wordpress. Requires PHP 5.0. == Description == This is a simple but complete issue tracking Wordpress plugin. With it you can create projects and track the issues related to those projects. Features include: * Ready to administer multiple projects right away. * Easy install/uninstall. Uninstall is complete, nothing is left behind. * Most output is template based so it is possible to customize the pages. * Adds a menu option under the "Setting" menu of the dashboard. * Display all issues, issues grouped by version and issue details. * Can comment on issues. * Administrator ability to edit comments & issues posted by others. * Ability to add administrators/developers to a project without elevating their Wordpress priviledges. * Add admins and developers by a simple drop down menu. * Ability to administer all of the projects both from the internal Wordpress menu and the bugerator page. * Ability to include file attachments or disallow file uploads. * Plays well with other themes and plugins. Does not add custom Wordpress posts, uses its own tables. * Choose to allow anonymous editing or require Wordpress usernames. * Will automatically get rid of the WP comments section if desired. * Automatic email sending to subscribed users. * Most CSS options configurable in app. * And more == Installation == 1. Upload `bugerator.zip` to the `/wp-content/plugins/` directory and unzip - or use the internal plugin install 1. Activate the plugin through the 'Plugins' menu in WordPress 1. Enter the short code `[bugerator]` on a blank page. 1. To limit a page to a specific project get the project ID and have the short code be `[bugerator project='1']` if your project ID is 1. == Frequently Asked Questions == = Who is this for? = This is for anybody administrating a project. = What makes this different/better than the other open source project management systems? = Basically it was my desire to make it so that people could have a single login for everything. So people could just have a Wordpress login instead of having a separate login for the issue tracking system. Please report bugs (or see the plugin in action) at https://tickerator.org/my_bugerator/. == Screenshots == 1. The initial project screen showing your choice of 3 projects (in this example) 2. The list of current issues with show hidden enabled. 3. The version map in action. 4. The detail page of an issue. 5. A user's profile page with their options to receive email subscriptions 6. The ability to add/edit administrators without increasing their access to your blog. == Changelog == = 1.0.5 = * I wish I could take back a release. Managed to leave a bit of debug code in the file upload so the upload was broken in 1.0.4 = 1.0.4 = * Redid the version change. Current version = current date since that is what is released. * Fixed the slashes in edits bug (like \' instead of ') * Uploads file names replaced spaces with underscore * Fixed issue subscriptions = 1.0.3 = * Figured out proper Wordpress plugin header (sorry) * Updated version map so releases show up as "Release date" * When changing versions the previous version takes on the current date as a release date = 1.0.2 = * Removed "goto" for PHP 5.2 compatibility * Fixed email issues * Fixed Cosmetic bugs = 1.0.1 = * Fixed project date display bug * Fixed readme.txt = 1.0.0 = * Initial release * Has all of the features I could think of and fixed all the bugs that I could find == Upgrade Notice == = 1.0.5 = Bug fixes - don't use 1.0.4. I left debug code in the file upload. Sorry. = 1.0.3 = Bug fixes = 1.0.2 = Bug fixes = 1.0.1 = Display bug fix. = 1.0.0 = Initial release.