by the Atlassian wallboard contest community winners	              Tomas Theunissen, Avisi
Tomas Theunissen	              Developer & researcher	              Avisi, Arnhem	t.p.theunissen@avisi.nl	tomtheun	linkedi...
•  Information radiators	•  Atlassian “Ultimate wallboard contest”	•  Avisi wallboard	• Want your own?
“An information radiator is a large display of 	critical team information that is continuously	      updated and located i...
Gliffy – Bamboo Rabbit	   GitHub - Stoplight
Panic – Status Board	   Mathias Domschke – Scrum wall
•  Quick feedback to the whole team	•  Show useful information at a glance	•  Show your process to (potential) clients
•  Simple	• Truth	•  Current	• Transient	•  Influential	• Visible	•  Minimal
• Team performance	    •  Burdowns & burnups	    •  Number of tests written, passed or failed	    •  Build information	•  ...
•  October – November 2010	• Three prizes:	   • The ultimate wallboard	   • The best “Old school” wallboard	   • The commu...
Vodafone Web Team
GLiNTECH Clothesline Wallboard
•  Get everyone responsible	•  Centralized view of our projects	•  Instantly see when something is wrong	•  It’s cool!
•  Information about the entire process 	•  Real-time information	•  Geared towards our main client	    •  Multiple projec...
•  One simple server 	•  Multiple 40inch tv’s 	  and Mac mini’s	Running in the browser 	using the latest technologies
•  Confluence 	•  JIRA	•  GreenHopper	•  Google calendar	•  Nagios	•  Jenkins	• Twitter
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•  Kinect support	•  Atlassian plugin framework	    •  Customizations	    •  Pluggability
• We are looking into productizing	•  GeckoBoard	•  JIRA wallboard plugin	•  Create your own (digital or 	    non-digital)
When you are getting one:	 • Who to display for	 • What to display	 • Where to display	When you have one:	 •  Act on it	 •...
The Ultimate Wallboard
The Ultimate Wallboard
The Ultimate Wallboard
The Ultimate Wallboard
The Ultimate Wallboard
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De presentatie zal ingaan op wallboards/information radiators in het algemeen en de wedstrijd die door Atlassian in oktober - november 2010 georganiseerd is. Daarnaast zal er gesproken worden over onze gerealiseerde wallboard, zoals; gebruikte technologien en integratie met andere producten (waaronder Atlassian producten).

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The Ultimate Wallboard

  1. 1. by the Atlassian wallboard contest community winners Tomas Theunissen, Avisi
  2. 2. Tomas Theunissen Developer & researcher Avisi, Arnhem t.p.theunissen@avisi.nl tomtheun linkedin.com/in/tomtheun
  3. 3. •  Information radiators •  Atlassian “Ultimate wallboard contest” •  Avisi wallboard • Want your own?
  4. 4. “An information radiator is a large display of critical team information that is continuously updated and located in a spot where the team can see it constantly.” - Alistair Cockburn (2000)
  5. 5. Gliffy – Bamboo Rabbit GitHub - Stoplight
  6. 6. Panic – Status Board Mathias Domschke – Scrum wall
  7. 7. •  Quick feedback to the whole team •  Show useful information at a glance •  Show your process to (potential) clients
  8. 8. •  Simple • Truth •  Current • Transient •  Influential • Visible •  Minimal
  9. 9. • Team performance •  Burdowns & burnups •  Number of tests written, passed or failed •  Build information •  Critical data •  Server status •  SLA monitoring •  Fun stuff • Twitter feeds
  10. 10. •  October – November 2010 • Three prizes: • The ultimate wallboard • The best “Old school” wallboard • The community favorite wallboard
  11. 11. Vodafone Web Team
  12. 12. GLiNTECH Clothesline Wallboard
  13. 13. •  Get everyone responsible •  Centralized view of our projects •  Instantly see when something is wrong •  It’s cool!
  14. 14. •  Information about the entire process •  Real-time information •  Geared towards our main client •  Multiple projects •  Multiple wallboards •  Aesthetically pleasing
  15. 15. •  One simple server •  Multiple 40inch tv’s and Mac mini’s Running in the browser using the latest technologies
  16. 16. •  Confluence •  JIRA •  GreenHopper •  Google calendar •  Nagios •  Jenkins • Twitter
  17. 17. >
  18. 18. •  Kinect support •  Atlassian plugin framework •  Customizations •  Pluggability
  19. 19. • We are looking into productizing •  GeckoBoard •  JIRA wallboard plugin •  Create your own (digital or non-digital)
  20. 20. When you are getting one: • Who to display for • What to display • Where to display When you have one: •  Act on it •  Keep it running & up to date •  Improve it

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