Unfuddle Unfuddled

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Brief overview about Unfuddle.
What, why and how.

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Unfuddle Unfuddled

  1. 1. unfuddled why, what & how
  2. 2. Who am I • Hans Van de Velde • Technical project manager @ Amphion.be • www.novio.be/blog • hans at novio dot be
  3. 3. What is Unfuddle? Web application with secured access (paid service) • Bug tracking software • Groupware • Source Versioning repository = easy alternative for Basecamp, Trac, JIRA, etc. RESTful API, widgets, freebies, …
  4. 4. Reasons to use Unfuddle • Clean & clear organization of bug reports – Fights clutter (1000s of e-mail messages) • Project team communication – All notified at once – Keeps track (history) • Source versioning – SVN, GIT – Versioning & backups on demand
  5. 5. How does it work? • Create a project • Add people to a project • Set permissions per person • Go create tickets / Post info / Commit code
  6. 6. Ticketing • Set title and describe scenario to reproduce the problem. Be precise about browser + platform and actions taken. • Set priority & severity • Assign to a specific person • Set a due date (deadline) • Typical flow: accept – resolve – verify and close • Custom ticket reports (i.e. status report) • Time effort entry per ticket
  7. 7. Milestones Set important dates into everybody’s mind Such as… deadlines for deliverables, release dates, launch dates, etc.
  8. 8. Messages and notebooks • Messages for team communication (with commenting) • Notebooks are like a Wiki: – Create pages – Attach files (with version comments)
  9. 9. Source repository per project • Central repository = latest development version, with revision history • Ideal when working with different remote development teams • Powerful commit messages: – “resolves”, “resolved”, “fix”, “fixes”, “fixed” changes status of specified tickets to be resolved – “closes”, “closed” changes status of specified tickets to be closed – “assigns”, “assigned”, “reassign”, “reassigns”, “reassigned” reassigns tickets to the specified username Examples: fixed #123, embedded Zombie font in SWF resolves #123 and reassigns #123 to hvandevelde references #123, #124 and closes #124 spent 5.5 hours on #498 resolved #47 spending 2:45 on #47
  10. 10. Extending Unfuddle • RESTful API – Build your own – SVN post commit hooks – Widgets –…
  11. 11. More info • http://unfuddle.com/about/tour/dashboard • http://unfuddle.com/blog • http://unfuddle.com/support Or, ask me!
  12. 12. Questions & answers Go ahead, make my day… (Callahan, H.)

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