Recently, I've been thinking a lot about bug trackers. For those who aren't in the know, bug trackers are websites that allow software developers to, well, track bugs in their software.
More specifically they allow management of the entire life cycle of a bug report. Starting with the report itself which probably comes from a user of the software, all the way through to the final deployment of the fixed code in the application.
There are numerous free and paid for bug trackers out there - all of them suck.
Well, I guess that's a bit unfair, let me rephrase that, all of them suck if you aren't a developer.