You can visit it at http://bugitor.sourc...rojects/bugitor - and see the (horrible) code at http://bitbucket.org/jacmoe/bugitor
The project Ogitor (www.ogitor.org) had big problems with running Redmine on our Dreamhost powered site - mostly due to the fact that it was RoR - and I gave up on it and decided to write a Redmine clone in PHP. More specifically CakePHP.
That version went online, but still suffered from performance problems.
Mostly due to my lack of sound programming skills.
Then I decided to rewrite the whole thing using Yii - and six months later - I am ready to showcase Bugitor.
It's really benefited a lot from the Yii framework.
It's still halfway between 0.2 and 0.3, so still rough - still it's in production use - including dogfooding.
It features support for multiple Mercurial repositories per project, with roadmap, issues, etc.
Doesn't have a wiki or other not needed features. (Yet?)
Here's three screen-shots:
This post has been edited by jacmoe: 16 May 2011 - 10:17 AM