This plugin hasn’t been updated in over 2 years. It may no longer be maintained or supported and may have compatibility issues when used with more recent versions of WordPress.

Bugerator

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

Screenshots

  • The initial project screen showing your choice of 3 projects (in this example)
  • The list of current issues with show hidden enabled.
  • The version map in action.
  • The detail page of an issue.
  • A user's profile page with their options to receive email subscriptions
  • The ability to add/edit administrators without increasing their access to your blog.

Installation

  1. Upload bugerator.zip to the /wp-content/plugins/ directory and unzip – or use the internal plugin install
  2. Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress
  3. Enter the short code [bugerator] on a blank page.
  4. 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.

FAQ

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/.

Reviews

Hervoragend

Manche Sachen brauchen kein Update. Das Plugin läuft einwandfrei und tut was es soll.

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Contributors & Developers

“Bugerator” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.

Contributors

Translate “Bugerator” into your language.

Interested in development?

Browse the code, check out the SVN repository, or subscribe to the development log by RSS.

Changelog

1.1.7

  • Couple minor bug fixes

1.1.6

  • Added limits to the size of the issue map
  • Now can send an email to the developer when it has been assigned
  • Minor bug fixes

1.1.5

  • Added network install/uninstall for wordpress multisite networks

1.1.4

  • Fixed spelling & small bugs
  • Added ability to reverse option corruption

1.1.3

  • Fixed css disappearing bug
  • Fixed first project sort bug

1.1.2

  • Gee permalinks are rough. Should work in all cases now.

1.1.1

  • Fixed freak permalink bug

1.1.0

  • Anonymous comments now controlled by setting
  • New description field for projects
  • Description tooltips on descriptions & projects
  • Added custom status entries
  • Now can see changes since last log in
  • Renamed global variables to avoid collissions with other plugins
  • Various code upgrades needed for WordPress 3.6

1.0.8

  • Updated for the newly enforced wpdb->prepare in WP 3.5
  • Added customizable project sort and hiding

1.0.7

  • CSS no longer overwritten by new versions
  • Type now shown in list issues
  • Fixed anonymous users can edit bugs
  • Release date display fixed

1.0.6.1

  • Fixed a little bug that killed the attachments.

1.0.6

  • Can now manage projects inside the dashboard
  • Fixed issues related to ajax and FORCE_SSL_ADMIN
  • Added ajaxurl definition to all pages since it isn’t defined for non admins
  • Fixed file upload
  • Fixed export / import
  • Fixed issues related to bugerator admins/devs that aren’t admins for WP
  • Various other fixes

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