[UPHPU] planning, tracking, reporting, project management
richard-lists at esplins.org
Fri Jan 6 17:10:10 MST 2012
I have seen teams successfully use:
* Jira Greenhopper
All are primarily web based, comparatively inexpensive (some are freeware), and none are open source. Not sure about mobile clients.
Perhaps one will fit your style.
On Friday January 6 2012 15:02:47 Wade Preston Shearer <wadeshearer.lists at me.com> wrote:
> When it comes to projects/task management, I like less features than more and a nice, clean UI. If I'm going to be using something every day, it needs be easy and enjoyable. It also needs an iOS app (or at least a good mobile version).
> My team has been using Flow  for the past several months. It's really nice, but it's WAY over-priced for what it does. All it is is a list. Generally this is sufficient for me, but I'm finding I need more than a list. I need to see project status, burn-down charts, and be able to track projects, bugs, and backlogs. Most of the time when you ask for those features though you get a massively bloated app. I stubbled across PlanBox and Pivotal Tracker today though and am intrigued.
> Has anyone used these apps/services?
> Plan Box
> Pivotal Tracker
> I like how Pivotal has a native iOS app and an API (in case I want to feed bugs into it).
> Any other tools you'd recommend?
>  http://getflow.com
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