OT: PSP, XP, TDD and other methodologies for solitary programmers
donnalcwalter at yahoo.com
Sun Jan 5 13:20:05 CET 2003
Peter Hansen wrote:
> James Kew wrote:
> > I've found Roundup (http://roundup.sourceforge.net) excellent for issue
> > tracking on small-team projects: it's simple and flexible enough that it
> > doesn't get in the way, usable enough that developers take to it easily,
> > powerful enough that it's almost entirely replaced the
> > email ping-pong we were doing before, and it's all Python plus Zope-like
> > HTML templaties so it's eminently customisable and hackable.
> I just took another look at it (two years after I first read about it,
> before it was released, as I recall) and am impressed by its progress.
> I'd recommend that anyone interested (like Donnal) visit the link above
> check out the live online demo.
> I can't say just how effective this would be for *story* tracking ala
> XP, but as I said almost any bug/issue tracker worth its salt would
> be adequate for a start. Certainly Roundup is significantly more
> polished than our own.
A day or two ago I Googled on ["bug tracker" Python] and missed Roundup;
Google on [tracker Python] returns Roundup in the first three or four hits.
Roundup looks like it could be quite helpful. Thanks.
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