Departments Plugin for Redmine
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#Redmine Departments Plugin ##About We needed to be able to track Departments as a separate entity in Redmine, with more flexibility and power than adding Custom Attributes allowed for. Thus, Redmine_Departments was born. You can track departments, as well as basic contact information for each department, and relate departments to issues (many/many relationship). ###Features

  • Permissions for Viewing, Creating, and Removing Departments
  • Permissions for Viewing, Creating, and Removing Issue->Department relationships

###Screenshots Managing Departments Single department view Issues can have departments Adding departments to issue Adding departments at issue creation or update

###Version

  • Currently at 1.0.1
  • Requires Redmine 0.9.x (built/tested on 0.9.6, untested on previous versions, but it should work...)
  • Due to a change in Redmine 1.0, Departments won't work without some tweaking. See my cc_addresses plugin for details, as it shares the same issue. (this has been fixed in Redmine, but I don’t know what changes need to be made for _departments to work properly).

###Bugs

  • If you find any bugs, or want to request a feature, feel free to contact me (info below) or create an issue here on GitHub.

###Usage ####Install

  • Requires Will_Paginate gem to be installed
  1. cd [redmine]/vendor/plugins/
  2. git clone http://github.com/peelman/redmine_departments.git
  3. rake db:migrate_plugins
  4. touch [redmine]/tmp/restart.txt
  5. Profit?

####Enabling and Permissions

  • Needs to be enabled per-project in the Modules tab
  • Permissions are set via the traditional role method

##Author Nick Peelman

##Credits

Thanks to Aleksander Palyan (Freedayko) for his contributions!

Inspiration and guidance provided by:

Fancy / Awesome Icons courteousy of FamFamFam:

##Licensing

  • This plugin is open-source and licensed under the "GNU General Public License v2" See: GPL 2.0 Website for more info.
  • © 2010-2011 Nick Peelman