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Tyger© bug tracking system

Posted on: December 6, 2006

A year and a half ago I wrote a bug tracking system called AnvilMAX which I opened up to the community (released it under the GPL license) a few months later me and my development team recieved an email from the managing director of Anvil.com, A company that develops accounting and finance applications and we where told that we had to rename the project otherwise he would take legal action. So sure enough we had to change the name. Which was not a problem at the time as we were in the stages of developing a completely new framework and version for the system. So we then named the project ‘Iguana’. Months later nothing still had been done with the project and it sort of ‘died’. Several times I have started re-writting the system from scratch but now I plan to start again.

The new name for the software is as the title says: tyger

We have the following domain which we will be using for the site: tygerbt.com we will use BNA Systems to host the website which will also include the downloads server which we will record full statistics for the project downloads etc.

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