Tahar Ouhrouche on 28 Jul 2014 13:12:41 -0700

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Re: [PLUG] Self-hosted "card wall" tool?

Thanks for the link. I had a look at their web application. It is no far from Jira and the greenhoper scrum plugin. 
The main feature we found in trello that is not on these frameworks is simplicity. This the main reason why we ditched tools like Jira and went on wish our own tool.


On Monday, July 28, 2014, Brett Taylor <btaylor@wistar.org> wrote:
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.


On Jul 26, 2014, at 5:42 AM, Tahar Ouhrouche <tahar.ouhrouche@gmail.com> 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:
  • 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 
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.

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.

Kind regards,

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