Multi-project Scrum UI for Pivotal Tracker.
- Simultaneously view and manage stories across multiple projects
- Scrum-like UI displays one column per story state, including "In QA" and "Passed QA"
- Search across all projects simultaneously
- Quickly drill down using any combination of projects, labels, users, and searches
- All labels for all projects are visible and have epic-like mini progress charts
- Columns can be rearranged
- Labels, searches, column order, selected projects all survive browser restart
- Enter your Pivotal API token and user name and off you go
- Most actions are supported: update story descriptions, add notes, drag them to different columns to update their status and priority
- Write your own custom columns and filters in a couple lines of JS
- Assign QAs and pairs to stories
- TeamCity integration: view build status in story detail view
- Forecasting charts
- Wallboard mode, to mimic a wall of post-it notes
- Workspaces let you quickly switch between sets of projects, filters, and columns. Use numbers 1-9 to switch between workspaces 1-9 in one keypress.
- Special labels that change story appearance (blocked, orange, yellow, green, blue)
Who Is This For?
Companies like a particular technology startup that use Pivotal Tracker and have multiple small projects going at once, but no good way to visualize and track progress across them all.
This is beta software, use at your own risk. If you have any issues or feature requests, we would love to know, please open an issue. Contributions and pull requests are also very welcome.
A demo install is up and running at http://trackertracker.glomerate.com. API tokens are not logged by the server. The only thing exposed in the server logs are project IDs, which are useless without proper access to them.
Two Minute Heroku Install
git clone email@example.com:intentmedia/TrackerTracker.git cd TrackerTracker heroku apps:create [optional app name] heroku addons:add rediscloud git push heroku [local branch:]master
Ubuntu Server Install (Tested on 12.04)
# Need this to get the most recent version of node/npm - maybe not needed on 12.10 add-apt-repository ppa:richarvey/nodejs aptitude update aptitude install build-essential git-core nodejs npm redis-server npm -g install grunt-cli forever git clone firstname.lastname@example.org:intentmedia/TrackerTracker.git cd TrackerTracker npm install grunt forever start --watch -l ~/forever.log -o ~/out.log -e ~/err.log app/app.js
OS X Developer Installation
- Install Homebrew: http://mxcl.github.com/homebrew/
- Install Redis and NodeJS:
brew install redis node
- Install NPM:
curl https://npmjs.org/install.sh | sh
- Install Grunt-CLI and Karma:
npm -g install grunt-cli karma
- Install TrackerTracker:
git clone email@example.com:intentmedia/TrackerTracker.git
- Install NPM packages:
cd TrackerTracker && npm install
Running the app
In terminal window #1, start redis:
In terminal window #2, in the TrackerTracker directory, run grunt once to bundle your static files, and then start the node server:
grunt node app/app
Open a terminal window and run:
Whenever a file is changed, the entire client-side application is linted, bundled, and tested. This shouldn't take more than a couple seconds.
Running the Jasmine test suite once
Single-run benchmarks (includes starting Karma, capturing the browser, running the tests, and killing processes):
- PhantomJS 1.8.1: 12.3 seconds
- Firefox 17: 4.1 seconds
- Chrome 26: 3.4 seconds
- Safari 6: 2.9 seconds
TrackerTracker has been tested and built for Chrome, Safari, and Firefox. It seems fine in IE 9, but broken in IE 10. (Progress!) All basic interactions work on iPad. Fluid's localStorage implementation doesn't survive a restart, so for now Fluid should be considered unsupported.
- Andrew Childs (@andrewchilds)
- Adrian CB (@adriancb)
- Kurt Schrader (@kurt)
- John Whitfield (@jkwhitfield)
- James Cartledge (jcartledge)
- Tom Cabanski (tcabanski)
MIT License. © 2013 Andrew Childs