TeamTrick: Scrum on Rails
TeamTrick is an open source web application to implement Scrum. It was created to help teams to cope with all the tedious tasks of Scrum like burndown graph generation and team velocity calculation.
More information and screenshots on the TeamTrick micro-site team-trick.net
These are the main features of TeamTrick:
It really fits Scrum: From backlog to burndown, every key point of Scrum has been implemented on TeamTrick. Nice graphs will be generated based on work hours as long as other important values like team velocity or focus factor.
It's a web application: Team members can access TeamTrick wherever they are just pointing their web browser to the right address. Install TeamTrick on a server and you're done.
It's open source: TeamTrick is released under the AGPL license. You can use it, modify it and redistribute it for free.
Built with Ruby on Rails: Ruby on Rails is one of the most powerful frameworks for web applications. It's multi platform and makes code really easy to understand and maintain.
The easiest way to install TeamTrick is to download the bundled zip file from teamtrick.net. It takes very few time to have TeamTrick up and running.
Installation from Source
If you are a Rails developer or want try to install TeamTrick by yourself here is how:
Configure the database
Install the required gems
Run the installation Rake task
And that's all. You can now start the server with script/server and point your browser to localhost:3000 to start using TeamTrick.
Copyright © 2009 Manuel Angel Morales Castro
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