Teamtasks is an asynchronous and online agile daily stand up tool. It is meant for small team ( < 10 persons ) and
offer a way for this team to give daily information to each other about what teammate are going to do, and what have
Teamtasks is not:
- It is not a personal todo-list application:
Teamtasksis only meant for very short term / ongoing tasks.
- It is not a Kaban dashboard:
Teamstasksdoes not allow a task's owner to be switched depending the need of users.
- It is not a time tracking application: In a perfect world
Teamtasksis only used twice a day: first time, in the morning, to prepare today's tasks, second time, at the end of the day, to confirm what's been done and what's not.
Many IT project frameworks (such as
Extreme Programming, ...) suggests to perform a
(also known as
roll-call) where every member of the team answers is
supposed to tell the rest of the team:
- What they have done since last meeting,
- What they will do until last meeting,
- What's getting in their way.
This meeting is supposed to be short (~15min.) and is sometime the first thing to do in a day.
This is an excellent practice, however, it is a very "synchronous" task:
- People have to wait that everybody is here before starting,
- If there's some discussions, sometime half the team is not listening,
- It is very painful to track (no one likes writing reports or minutes),
- It's not remote-friendly,
- Sometimes, you can forget someone, and he might get away with it ;-)
Teamtasks is a web application giving users a way to
plan their workdays.
They can :
- Manage their workday (only one at a time) :
- Create a workday (today, or tomorrow)
- Plan the workday (ie.: answer the question
What will I do today ?)
- Finish the workday (ie.: answer the question
What did I do today ?)
- See their coworkers workdays
- LDAP connector
- Time indicators settings
- Almighty admin's power (remove user, remove workdays)
- Removing misclicked tasks
- Slack notifications
git clone https://github.com/TheBlusky/teamtasks.git # Build dockers images docker-compose -p teamtasks -f docker/docker-compose.yml build --pull # Start the environment docker-compose -p teamtasks -f docker/docker-compose.yml up -d frontend # Initialise / update database docker-compose -p teamtasks -f docker/docker-compose.yml run --rm backend python manage.py migrate
You can run exactly the same commands in order to update/upgrade the project (using
git pull instead of