debgtd - a tool to help organise and prioritise your Debian bugs
debgtd ("getting things done") is a GUI tool which allows you to
visualise, sort and filter a list of bugs from the Debian Bug Tracker
debgtd is intended to help users contribute to Debian by keeping track
of which bugs they have submitted and determine which need more the
user’s attention (such as requiring more information, etc.)
Place the e-mail address that you use to report bugs into the text
field at the top of the debgtd window and click the adjacent button to
populate the list.
If you define the DEBEMAIL environment variable prior to invoking
debgtd, it will auto-populate the text field.
debgtd honours the XDG desktop specification. By default, data files
are kept at ~/.local/share/debgtd , but you can override this location
by defining the XDG_DATA_HOME environment variable.
debgtd is in an early stage of development. If you find a bug, please
check to see if it has been reported at the Debian Bug Tracking System
debgtd is written to be a useful tool for workflow. Comments and
suggestions and patches to the author are very welcome.
reportbug(1), bts(1), sensible-browser(1).
Jon Dowland <email@example.com>.