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README

Welcome to Tracker, version Alpha 1.

Tracker is an issue tracking system designed for call-outs to multiple physical locations. It was developed to aid in tracking issues and dispatching technicians on-site. As such, each issue is bound to a physical location. It is also intended for use as an inventory tracking system in the future. 

Tracker is the product of a couple months of work and has already been found to be useful in a business environment. It is intended as a brief demonstration of Ruby on Rails coding practice. 

STATUS: 

Although fully functional, Tracker is in alpha release due to missing features, such as inventory tracking, a (planned) administration interface, and a more complete permissions system. At the moment, permissions are limited to read only or write access for tickets. 


DOWNLOAD: 

Tracker can always be found at its github repository, https://github.com/dondurrance/tracker . 


INSTALLATION:

Tracker v0.1 Alpha requires Ruby on Rails 3 along with Ruby 1.8 or 1.9 and several GEMs. After unpacking, run "bundle install" in the application directory to install any missing gems. 

Next, type "rake bootstrap:all" to create the initial admin user ("admin" / "admin") and a demonstration ticket.

If you find any bugs, please submit them to the issue tracker in Github by clicking on the "Issues" tab. 


LICENSE: 

Tracker v0.1 Alpha is released under the GPLv3. See the file LICENSE for details. 

TODO:

* Inventory tracking capability. Model associations are set up to allow this.

* Proper Administration interface

* Allow "add new" in room selector on new ticket

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