|Tahar Ouhrouche on 28 Jul 2014 13:12:41 -0700|
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Redmine has a bunch of Agile and Scrum plugins. It’s all Ruby so I’m sure you can extend it to do what you want if it doesn’t already.http://www.redmine.org/plugins
On Jul 26, 2014, at 5:42 AM, Tahar Ouhrouche <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
We actually had a similar problem a while ago.
We could not use Trello in an Entreprise environment either for security reasons...
We tried a bench of self hosted tools like Jira but no tool has the simplicity of Trello.
So we went on an created our own tool that:
After a couple of months, we decided to have a version running on the cloud and so far, we have many users and it is all working great.
- Is as simple as Trello
- Is self hosted
- Allows minimal time and effort tracking (we are thinking to make this a power up kind of feature)
- Board real time updates (no page refresh)
- Preserves the order of the cards
Now, we are thinking about people like you that can't use trello for the exact same reasons we couldn't and thought we could offer a self hosted version of our tool.
We are looking for 3 teams with 7+/-2 people each that can work with the tool on a daily basis.
You can give the online version a go (https://www.online-task-manager.com/) and let me know if you would be interested in being part of our "Self hosted Beta" users list.
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