That looks really nice actually.
I *think* that you can get the Agile board from Jira free with an Open
Source offering, but I'm not quite sure.
I would also like to propose the use of Gerrithub for code reviews:
I like it better than the native Github reviews since it can force a linear
history as well as act as an official gate keeper.
On Thu, Sep 4, 2014 at 12:38 AM, Shawn Wells <shawn(a)redhat.com> wrote:
In prep for formal sprints (e.g. RHEL 7 STIG), I was checking out
HuBoard, which is a "Kanban meets GitHub" system:
It queries GH for open tickets/pull requests and sets up the standard
agile/sprint boards. We can drag/drop items between different stages to
easily see where things are. Perhaps could be used to create tickets for
the various RHEL 7 STIG requirements, people can signup to take one,
move to done (which sets off workload for a peer review/ack/merge).
Useful? Any known alternatives?
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