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Thread: Issue Tracking And Repositories for College Students

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    I wanted to know if anyone knew of any good (preferably free) issue tracking systems and repository sites for a college project.

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    BitBucket has unlimited free private repositories. You get a wiki and an issues tracker. I believe their pricing strategy is based on the number of users using a repository, up to 5 users can access a repository that's owned by a free account.

    Github also offers a special free private repo plan for students, or you can get their micro plan which is $7/month. With their standard plans they provide private repos that allow unlimited numbers of contributers, I don't know if the student version is the same. Again, you get free wiki and issue tracking capabilities.

    And you can also check with your college computing center to see what they have. The college I went to allowed you to setup SVN repositories on their website, and I could host my own website on their servers so in theory I might have been able to setup a basic issues tracker, though I never tried.

    There are also a variety of free open source repo hosting services (sourceforge, google code, codeplex, etc.). This is not a good idea for assignments and class projects as your fellow peers can take a peek at your work and cheat, but may be a viable solution for research projects.

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