It occrued to me after posting my Code Management topic that I am also looking at some options for implementing a basic bug and feature tracker. This is one area that I have very little personal experience so I would really appreciate recommendations as well. Some key features I would like:
Free - this is, afterall, not my "real" job. Open Source is prefered, but as long as there is no charge for use I'll consider non-OS as well.
Must run on Linux. I'm comfortable crossing distributions or building from source.
Fairly easy to setup / maintain - I don't want to have to invest too much time in this. I would like to have a solution running over the course of a couple evenings.
Configurable categories / prioritization, etc - This will be for both bug and feature tracking and should be able to relate tickets, create child tickets, etc.
Multiple user roles - Users should be tracked. It will initially be for just myself, but I will eventually open it up to beta testers and any one else that joins the team.
No "client" installation - I prefer not to use anything that forces the user to run a local client. A web-based solution would be preferable ( I'm pretty comfortable w/ Apache and have set up wiki's and message boards, v-hosts, security, etc ). Non-web-based options considered as long as I don't have to ask my testers to install anything.
Hope these aren't too strict. I can imagine they are very unique in the big scheme of things and many appear to be common in some of the options I have briefly looked at. I just don't know anyone working with / running such a product to solicit opinions.