I'm thinking about distributed issue tracking systems that play nice with git. I don't care about other version control systems anymore :). I also prefer command line interfaces, because as commentators on the blog have mentioned, I'm a Luddite (in the imprecise, slang sense).
So far I have found a few projects, and tried to guess how much of a going concern they are.
git-issues Originally a rewrite of ticgit in python, it now claims to be defunct.
ditz Despite my not caring about other VCSs, ditz is VCS agnostic, just making files. Seems active.
cil takes a similar approach to ditz, is written in Perl rather than Ruby, and should release again any day now (hint, hint).
milli is a minimalist approach to the same theme.
Sortof VCS Agnostic
bugs everywhere is written in python. Works with Arch, Bazaar, Darcs, Git, and Mercurial. There seems to some on-going development activity.
simple defects has Git and Darcs integration. It seems active. It's written by bestpractical people, so no surprise it is written in Perl.
- 2010-10-01 Note activity for bugs everywhere
- 2012-06-22 Note git-issues self description as defunct. Update link for cil.