git-bug vs GVFS: What are the differences?
git-bug: Distributed bug tracker embedded in Git. git-bug is a distributed bug tracker embedded in git. It uses git's internal storage so no files are added in your project. As you would do with commits and branches, you can push your bugs to the same git remote you are already using to collaborate with other people; GVFS: Git Virtual File System (by Microsoft). GVFS virtualizes the file system beneath your git repo so that git and all tools see a fully hydrated repo, but GVFS only downloads objects as they are needed. GVFS also manages git's sparse-checkout to ensure that git operations like status, checkout, etc., can be as quick as possible.
git-bug and GVFS belong to "Git Tools" category of the tech stack.
git-bug and GVFS are both open source tools. It seems that GVFS with 4.81K GitHub stars and 358 forks on GitHub has more adoption than git-bug with 3.11K GitHub stars and 84 GitHub forks.