CVSTrac is a free “Web-based bug and patch-set tracking system for CVS” written by D. Richard Hipp. I like it because:

Unfortunately, there was no pre-built distribution of CVSTrac for Mac OS X users. To install it, you had to first download and compile the SQLite database engine and then download and compile CVSTrac itself. This wasn’t hard, but it did require a little editing of the Makefiles to get the software to compile on Mac OS X. So I built this CVSTrac distribution for Mac OS X users. Now you can install CVSTrac the Mac way—by dragging and dropping a single file.

You can download CVSTrac 1.2.1 for Mac OS X (316K) on a disk image or read the PDF documentation (80K), which is also included on the disk image.

New in version 1.2.1: