Re: [scrumdevelopment] Digest Number 249
- On Sunday, February 9, 2003, at 9:07:47 PM, Hal Macomber wrote:
> I am quite interested in daily status blogs. I've been talking up p-logs among myHave you tried this, or talked to people who have?
> colleagues for awhile. John Udell's article of a few years back got me interested. There
> are four things a p-log needs to do: (IMO)
If not now, when? -- The Talmud
- Traction by Traction Software  is a great project log tool. Udell has
reviewed it . The original design for the tool was as a true project log.
Log entries could be added via email or the web (with attachments). Log
entries could be categorized on a paragraph by paragraph basis. Searches on
a category only showed the relevant paragraph from the whole entry.
Categorizations might be about content ("competion", "jabber"), or process
("bug:27","milestone"), or importance ("news"). The project log could then
be displayed by content, ordered by date, and formatted according to
importance. Current versions have very good integration with Microsoft
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