Redmine Workload Plugin
This plugin helps you visualize a project workload for each task and user.
This plugin was tested with
- ruby 1.9.3 > 2.0.0
- rails 3.2
- redmine 2.0 > 2.3
Although it is not tested, it may also work with other versions.
How to install
Clone this project into your plugin directory and name it "redmine_workload".
git clone git://github.com/MPPI-DPN/redmine-workload.git redmine_workload
Reload your server. Select a project, you should now have a "Workload" menu item.
A task workload is considered if it has a start date, a due date and if it has an estimated time.
A user workload is the sum of all task workloads that meet the requirements here above.
A JSON API is also available through the url /projects/YOUR_PROJECT/workload.json. It provides a list of workloads for user and tasks.
Note that for security reasons this API is only available for a registered user.
A few unit and functional tests are available in the /test folder. They are based on the redmine fixture.
You may run them as follow
ruby -I test plugins/redmine_workload/test/unit/* ruby -I test plugins/redmine_workload/test/functional/*
Using ruby -I test_folder test_file(s) is way faster than rake test:units TEST=file
The workload view is rendered based on the jquery.Gantt plugin.