The vision of ScrumTime is to provide a simple Agile project management tool to the open source community.
There have been several different implementations of this web application but none were completed to a full production level status. The 1.0 version is intended to provide the initial production level implementation.
The most important goal of Scrumtime 1.0 is to provide a complete separation between the REST API and the Single Page Application UI.
- Get the ScrumTime.Foundation working before renaming to ScrumTime.Core
- Migrate to ASP.NET MVC Web API 6
- Ensure that the db can be switched to SQLServer (do not force MongoDB to be used)
- Consult OWASP to determine the best secure JSON approach
- Create a new UI that is a Single Page Application
- Evaluate GitHub and BitBucket user authentication mechanisms to determine if both can be supported
- Remove the concept of ScrumTasks (allow tasks to be updated on end-user's schedule...not just during Scrum meetings)
- Standup public service in cloud hosted environment (depending on cost)
1.0 Minimum Features
- User - A user is the ScrumTime secured user that belongs to the default organization. This provides the CRUD operations for the user.
- Authority - An authority defines the ScrumTime authorization of the user.
- Backlog - The organization of stories in priority order of completion. This provides the CRUD operations for the backlog list.
- Product - A product may have stories, tasks, bugs, sprints, releases, or artifacts.
- Team - A team belongs to the default organization and has team members and artifacts.
- TeamMember - A teamMember belongs to a team and may have artifacts.
- Story - A story belongs to a product, may contain artifacts, and may have child tasks or bugs.
- Task - A task belongs to a story and/or a bug and may have artifacts.
- Sprint - A sprint belongs to a product and may have stories and artifacts.
- Release - A release belongs to a product and may have sprints and artifacts.
- Artifact - An artifact belongs to a product, teamMember, team, story, task, sprint, bug, or release. This is an uploadable file.
- Bug - A bug belongs to a product, story, or bug and may have tasks and artifacts.
- Separate the UI project completely from the REST API
Post 1.0 Features
- HierarchicalEpic - Allows epics to be defined with parent/child relationships to other Epics.
- HierarchicalStory - Allows stories to be defined with parent/child relationships to other Stories.
- HierarchicalTask - Allows tasks to be defined with parent/child relationships to other Tasks.
- Actor - An actor belongs to a product and may be used by multiple stories and has artifacts.
- TeamRole - A team role belongs to a team member.
- TeamMember - A team member belongs to a team and has artifacts.
- Customer - A customer belongs to a product and default organization and has support tickets, ideas, feature requests, and invoices.
- SupportTicket - A support ticket belongs to a customer and a product and has bugs, stories, sprints, and releases.
- FeatureRequest - A feature request belongs to a customer and a product and has bugs, stories, sprints, releases, and artifacts.
- ParkingLot - A parking lot belongs to a product and has stories, feature requests, and ideas.
- Idea - An idea belongs to a parking lot and has artifacts.
- Impediment - An impediment belongs to a sprint and has teams, team members, tasks, stories, customers, support tickets, ideas, and artifacts.
- CustomerWiki - A customer wiki belongs to a product and has customer surveys, impediments, ideas, feature requests, support tickets, release notes, invoices, invoice alerts, release alerts, and artifacts.
- TeamWiki - A team wiki belongs to a team and/or default organization and has team members, teams, work assignment alerts, sprint notes, release notes, release alerts, impediments, and artifacts.
- Invoice - An invoice belongs to a customer and product.
- CustomerSurvey - A customer survey belongs to a customer wiki.
- ReleaseNote - A release note belongs to a release and has customer wikis and team wikis.
- SprintNote - A sprint note belongs to a sprint and has team wikis.
- InvoiceAlert - An invoice alert belongs to a customer and has customer wikis.
- ReleaseAlert - A release alert belongs to a release and has customer wikis and team wikis.
- WorkAssignmentAlert - A work assignment alert belongs to a product and has users.
- The SPA UI will likely break release cycle from the REST API at this point to accommodate a quick release cycle for the UI separate from the API.
###API Server Environment ASP.NET MVC Web Api 6
###Data Store MongoDB and MSSQL