Kanban is a very powerfull method. Kanban approach as a universal mindset, can be used to organize and manage all activities. From my point of view, there is no limitations in using Kanban boards. You can even use it for your personal organisation. But, for now, we will spend time more time on how you can use Kanban to facilitate your daily work within your organization, whatever the department you are working in.
Surprises, astonished things, untoward events … in others words, uncertainty, are inherent to any type of project. Even with the best will in the world and the more engaged people, that’s difficult to precisely schedule how long each tasks will take.
Tuleap offers a powerful open source project management tool, for agile or waterfall-oriented projects. From Tuleap 9.17, you can enjoy a burn-up chart in addition to the Burndown. What is this new powerful feature? How to read it like a pro? How to configure it into Tuleap?
In the Tuleap issue tracker tool, computed fields are special fields. They allow to do the sum of all values of a field in artifacts sharing the same field name. For example, we use a computed field to calculate the remaining effort of a release. This post aims to explain how the computed field is working, both on the functional and technical sides.
The Tuleap StackStorm pack allows you to link a Tuleap instance to many external tools, to share data and automate actions between each other.
This post reminds you what is StackStorm and what's a pack. Then, I'll share how we built the Tuleap StackStorm pack and how you can use it, for instance, moving issues from Github to Tuleap.
Choose the tools your and your teammates like. Don't let tools define your project. With Tuleap, you are free to select the tools you and your teammates will use.
Tuleap offers a range of open source tools -or modules-: issue tracking, agile management, source code control, content creation, etc. A great capability of Tuleap is to give full power of customization to project leads. With Tuleap, you can be autonomous in configuring your project area.
Adding widgets to a dashboard
We'll customize the first dashboard a project workspace adding widgets and creating new ones. The process is the same for configuring your personal dashboards.
We will also take graphs and cardwalls from a issue tracker and use them as widgets on a dashboard. Let's get started, in the following image you can see the first dashboard with the settings icon that allows you to add widgets, change name and delete the dashboard.