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Re: [scrumdevelopment] Re: Issue Tracker a Scrummable Tool?

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  • Dean Goodmanson
    Thanks. Another open source tool that sounded realistically extendable was Roundup ( http://roundup.sourceforge.net ) . Although I didn t find any graphing
    Message 1 of 4 , Apr 22, 2003
      Thanks.

      Another open source tool that sounded realistically
      extendable was Roundup (
      http://roundup.sourceforge.net ) .

      Although I didn't find any graphing capabilities built
      into that one by default either.

      > Besides the commercial tools there is one excellent
      > free open source
      > tool called Request Tracker (RT):
      >
      > http://www.bestpractical.com/rt/
      >
      > I'm not using it for Scrum myself but I've used it
      > for issue tracking
      > previously and it offers some very useful features
      > that I haven't found
      > in other open source packages. RT works based on
      > queues. Queues collect
      > all issues (called tickets in RT) related to
      > something (e.g. a product,
      > a release, a project). You can easily move tickets
      > between queues (you
      > could move them e.g. between the product backlog and
      > the release
      > backlog). You can also link tickets to each other,
      > merge or split them.
      > Another feature I like is that you can easily define
      > "keywords" and
      > attach them to tickets. With a bit of Perl knowledge
      > you could probably
      > generate your graphs automatically.
      >
      > Fabian
      >


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