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Development starts for Iguana

Posted on: November 6, 2006

Iguana is the new name given to an application that I developed what must be a couple of years back now, I am about to re-code my hit Bug tracking software under a new name, The new version will contain a better framework for customising all via. a single CSS document.

The new system will also contain, CSV Downloads, Email SubSystem for Email notifications, error logging etc. More security features, A powerfull backoffice for Admins to log into, A Version Check system so that the user can check that they are using the most up to date version of the system.

Iguana will be open-source software and the offical site will be hosted by our friends at UK HomeUnix the web address:

The software will be distributed via our very own mirror network that we will setup from the website, Currently we have another Mirror server that will be hosted on the Zantastico Web server:

Currently the software is in VERY early stages of development but we hope that a stable release will be out before January 2007. Check out the Iguana website for the latest updates:

Over the next couple of days I will be sorting out the project website and support forums for the project so keep your eyes open. The UK Homeunix webserver also provide us access to the CVS Server so we will be able to develop properly…. nice 🙂

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