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    2 Roundup Features
    3 ================
    5 Roundup is a simple-to-use and -install issue-tracking system with
    6 web, e-mail and command-line interfaces. It is based on the winning design
    7 from Ka-Ping Yee in the :index:`Software Carpentry` "Track" design competition.
    9 *simple to install*
   10  - installation (including web interface) takes about 30 minutes
   11  - instant-gratification ``python demo.py`` :)
   12  - two templates included in the distribution for you to base your tracker on
   13  - play with the demo, customise it and then use *it* as the template for
   14    your production tracker
   15  - requires *no* additional support software - python (2.7 or 3.4+) is
   16    enough to get you going
   17  - easy to set up higher-performance storage backends like sqlite_,
   18    mysql_ and postgresql_
   20 *simple to use*
   21  - accessible through the web, email, command-line or Python programs
   22  - may be used to track bugs, features, user feedback, sales opportunities,
   23    milestones, ...
   24  - automatically keeps a full history of changes to issues with
   25    configurable verbosity and easy access to information about who created
   26    or last modified *any* item in the database
   27  - issues have their own mini mailing list (nosy list)
   28  - users may sign themselves up, there may be automatic signup for
   29    incoming email and users may handle their own password reset requests
   31 *highly configurable*
   32  - web interface HTML is fully editable
   33  - database schema is also fully editable (only the "user" class is required)
   34    with a full set of data types (including dates and many-to-many relations)
   35    across all storages available
   36  - customised automatic auditors and reactors may be written that perform
   37    actions before and after changes are made to entries in the database,
   38    or may veto the creation or modification of items in the database
   39  - samples are provided for all manner of configuration changes and
   40    customisations
   42 *fast, scalable*
   43  - with the sqlite, mysql and postgresql backends, roundup is
   44    also fast and scalable, easily handling thousands of issues and users
   45    with decent response times
   46  - database indexes are automatically added for those backends that
   47    support them (sqlite, mysql and postgresql)
   48  - indexed text searching giving fast responses to searches across all
   49    messages and indexed string properties
   50  - support for the Xapian or Whoosh full-text indexing engine for large trackers
   52 *documented*
   53  - documentation exists for installation, upgrading, maintenance, users and
   54    customisation
   56 *web interface*
   57  - fully editable interfaces for listing and display of items
   58  - extendable to include wizards, parent/meta bug displays, ...
   59  - differentiates between anonymous, known and admin users
   60  - may be set up to require login, and may also only allow admin users
   61    to register new users
   62  - authentication of user registration and user-driven password resetting
   63    using email and one time keys
   64  - may be run using WSGI or through CGI as a normal cgi script, as a
   65    stand-alone web server, under mod_wsgi (mod_python is deprecated) or through Zope
   66  - searching may be performed using many constraints, including a full-text
   67    search of messages attached to issues
   68  - file attachments (added through the web or email) are served up with the
   69    correct content-type and filename
   70  - email change messages generated by roundup appear to be sent by the
   71    person who made the change, but responses will go back through the nosy
   72    list by default
   73  - flexible access control built around Permissions and Roles with assigned
   74    Permissions
   75  - generates valid HTML4 or XHTML
   76  - detects concurrent user changes
   77  - saving and editing of user-defined queries which may optionally be
   78    shared with other users
   80 *e-mail interface*
   81  - may be set up using sendmail-like delivery alias, POP polling or mailbox
   82    polling
   83  - may auto-register users who send in mail and aren't known to roundup
   84  - nosy list configuration controls how people are added and when messages
   85    are sent to the list
   86  - auto-filing of "unformatted" messages into a particular class
   87  - e-mail attachments are handled sanely, being attached to the issue they're
   88    intended for, and forwarded on to the nosy list
   89  - sane handling of content-type and content-encoding of messages (text/plain
   90    preferred in all situations)
   91  - email packages that display threading will show issue messages correctly
   92    threaded
   93  - users may send in messages from multiple addresses and be associated
   94    with the same roundup username
   95  - built-in security features like TLS and APOP
   97 *command-line*
   98  - may be used to interactively manage roundup databases
   99  - may be scripted using standard shell scripting
  100  - roundup's API may also be used by other Python programs - a sample is
  101    provided that runs once a day and emails people their assigned issues
  102  - a variety of sample shell scripts are provided (weekly reports, issue
  103    generation, ...)
  105 *xmlrpc interface*
  106  - simple remote tracker interface with basic HTTP authentication
  107    available at the /xmlrpc endpoint.
  108  - provides same access to tracker as roundup-admin, but based on
  109    XMLRPC calls
  110  - see the `xmlrpc guide`_ for more details simple clients etc.
  112 *restful interface*
  113  - accessible using basic HTTP authentication at /rest starting point
  114  - see the `rest guide`_ for details.
  116 .. _sqlite: http://www.hwaci.com/sw/sqlite/
  117 .. _mysql: https://pypi.org/project/MySQL-python/
  118 .. _postgresql: http://initd.org/psycopg/
  119 .. _`xmlrpc guide`: xmlrpc.html
  120 .. _`rest guide`: rest.html