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  • October 22, 2010

Simplton.comSimplton is a bug and issue tracking system that has been built with one aim in mind: to be incredibly easy and simple to use. Using Simplton, people are not assigned tasks – rather, they volunteer to do them and change their statuses to reflect that. Also, Simplton dispenses with milestones and rich text editing. And tagging is kept very concise, so that everything goes uncluttered for as long as possible.

Besides, the priority of tasks is set down very judiciously. The idea is that users will look at the whole picture before labelling anything as “critical”. And any issue that has been left unattended for 15 days or more will lose its priority. That is only logical, really. Something that sees no activity for such a period of time could never be regarded as pivotal, and be sitting on top of the list.

Incidentally, the site actually revolves around a concept of sorts that each project is part of a town, and that the people who collaborate through it are citizens working together for the betterment of the town. And the programmer is actually the Mayor.

But don’t let that put you off. It’s quite a good application. Just give it a try and you will see.

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