The GPL was chosen partly because of his belief that development tools should be cheap or free.In 2002, Ken was joined by Jeroen Latour, Victor Boctor and Julian Fitzell to be the administrators and the core development team of Mantis BT.
Experimental support means that manual intervention by a skilled Database Administrator may be required to complete the installation, and/or that there may be known issues or limitations when using the software.
It is not recommended to use development releases in production specially if it is still in the alpha stage unless the administrator is familiar with PHP and is able to troubleshoot and fix any issues that may arise.
When initially seeking to name this project Ken ran into a problem every programmer encounters. It has to be descriptive, unique, and not too verbose.
This material may only be distributed subject to the terms and conditions set forth in the GNU Free Documentation License (GFDL), V1.2 or later (the latest version is presently available at
Mantis BT is a web based bug tracking system that was first made available to the public in November 2000.