[rt-users] RT for public bug tracking?
jesse at fsck.com
Mon Oct 30 12:22:38 EST 2000
I know that the casbah project did it. and we do it. you probably
want to set up an "anonymous" account with "display" access
to the queues in question. I've never heard about a breakin though
rt, but that doesn't mean it can't happen. For extra security,
you could set up a wget to suck down the relevant html and
only export daily snapshots to the public.
On Wed, Oct 25, 2000 at 11:13:02PM -0600, Jill Lundquist wrote:
> Is anyone using RT for bug tracking? Our little gang of geeks is
> now using it for our support queue, and it's working well. Okay,
> it's working well for those of us who have taken the time to learn
> it, and I'm slowly training the others. :-) I've received a request
> from one of the engineers who works remotely to make it run the bug
> database as well, since he prefers an email interface over the web
> interface at sourceforge.
> I'm not averse to that, but my concern is that this bug database has
> to be readable by anyone with web access. Any comments on how secure
> RT is? I'm thinking of putting it on a separate machine from everything
> else and backing it up at least once a day so the bug database won't
> be too horribly compromised if someone manages to find a hole and
> wreak havoc.
> Comments? I would guess that a lot of people are already using RT as
> a bug database, but is anyone using it as a public bug database?
> Jill Lundquist jill at chezns.org
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