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A plug-in that enables evidence-based scheduling in Trac. Created: Thu Aug 12 15:47:00 EDT 2010 Status : Done Logging time Done Listing tickets Test Clock in / clock out Test Schedule graphs. NOTE: I have not audited the code to confirm that malicious input won't break stuff. We are using it in a trusted environment. (The logic does check that the user that has authenticated (via HTTPS), is the owner of the ticket before allowing data to be inserted.) CONTENTS DEPENDENCIES INSTALLING THE CLIENT INSTALLING THE PLUGIN FILES IN THIS PROJECT OTHER PROJECTS DEPENDENCIES The plugin was developed against Trac 0.10.4, which is ancient, but hopefully it will work any subsequent version. It doesn't do anything very tricky, just uses the RequestHandler interface and custom ticket fields. To use the command-line client utilities, you need to have curl and python installed. INSTALLING THE CLIENT Do this to book time and estimates to the Trac server. First, look at the Makefile variables: MANDIR=/usr/local/share/man BINDIR=/usr/local/bin and edit if necessary. Next, install the client utilities and their man pages: $ sudo make install-client To test the man pages were installed correctly, type: $ man ebsconf INSTALLING THE PLUGIN Do this on the server that hosts Trac. $ make $ sudo make install Edit your trac conf (e.g., /usr/local/trac/conf/trac.ini) to enable the ebstrac component. ... [components] ebstrac.* = enabled ... [ticket-custom] estimatedhours = text estimatedhours.label = Estimated Hours estimatedhours.order = 1 estimatedhours.value = 0 actualhours = text actualhours.label = Actual Hours actualhours.order = 2 actualhours.value = 0 ... If you are running trac as a FastCGI daemon, you'll have to kill then restart the daemon. OTHER PROJECTS FogBugz www.fogcreek.com/fogbugz The canonical EBS app. Pivitol Tracker http://pivotaltracker.com "Tracker is a free, award winning, agile project management tool that enables real time collaboration around a shared, prioritzed backlog." They use velocity, but it's based on task points, not hours. Also, some of their task types ("Bugs", "Chores", etc) don't get points. Cool UI though. For me, using hours is key as it connects to the timesheet. If you want process control around the development process, you have to track labor. People want to get paid for their time, so providing a connection to timesheets seems like the simplest way.