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Which bug tracking and project management tool does Stack Exchange use?

Does it uses any of the existing open source tools or a premium paid one? Or better, have they created a tool themselves to manage this?

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up vote 4 down vote accepted

I can't speak for everyone; it depends on the group — but we generally use some combination of chat rooms, Trello, our meta sites with tag filters, Gmail, Google Drive, Fogbugz… and a Magic 8-ball.

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thanks trello seems interesting – Yasser Oct 12 '12 at 15:53

The definitive source for similar questions is "Which tools and technologies build the Stack Exchange Network?" but no mention's made of any bug-tracking or project management tools.

However, I strongly suspect that they use FogBugz as it's the flagship product from one of the founders first company (Joel).

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