JPhyloIO Bug Tracking System

We use MantisBT as the bug tracking system for most bioinfweb projects. If you found a bug in our software or want to share an idea for a new feature with us create a new issue here. Before doing so, please read the notes below.

If you have any questions on how to use our bug tracking system, feel free to write to supportatbioinfweb.info.

How to report a bug

Feature requests

Our bug tracking system can also be used to submit feature requests. If you have an idea for a new feature for our software you should first search our system of anything similar was already proposed. If so, you can possibly comment on that feature request. If not, create a new issue and select the following options:

We are always happy to read about your ideas for extending and improving our software. Getting feedback from our users is very important to make software that fits the needs of the community and therefore we encourage everyone to share her/his ideas. (Note that although each feature request will be taken into account, we can not guarantee that all requests can or will automatically be implemented in our software. It may take some time until we can get to this or it might not be possible at all, since all authors are involved in many projects and their time is of course limited.)

Registering an account and anonymous reporting

We currently allow to submit bug reports, feature requests and comments on existing issues anonymously to simplify the process especially for users that do not do this on a regular basis. However we recommend to create an account before submitting a contribution due to the following advantes:

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