Eclipse Mylyn Integration with ]project-open[

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Eclipse Mylyn Integration with ]project-open[

  1. 1. ]project-open[ Mylyn Integration Task management for software developers using ]po[
  2. 2. What is Mylyn?  Mylyn is a GUI plug-in for the Eclipse IDE (Integrated Development Environment).  Mylyn allows software developers to access the list of their tasks and their tickets.  Mylyn communicates with a task/ticket system via a connector
  3. 3. What is ]po[?  ]project-open[ is an enterprise open-source project management system  ]po[ supports: – Projects and Project tasks – Tickets (issues and change tickets) for service management – Configuration Database (packages, modules, …) – Integration with source code management systems.
  4. 4. Mylyn / ]po[ Interface Architecture To be created ]project-open[ Server Eclipse GUI • • • • Task 1 Ticket 2 Ticket 3 … Connector Mylyn Plug-in HTTP / REST REST Interface  Mylyn needs a “connector” in order to talk to a server back-end.  The connector consumes the ]projectopen[ server-side REST interface www.project-open.org/en/package_intranet_rest  The REST interface already exists and is tested, development consists of developing the Mylyn connector. • • • • Task 1 Ticket 2 Ticket 3 …
  5. 5. Project Phases  Phase 1: Read-Only Integration – Authentication – Queries – Identify mapping of Mylyn vs. ]po[ task fields  Phase 2: Bidirectional Integration – Write status changes back to ]po[ – Create new tasks in ]po[  Phase 3: Add-On Features – Attachments (for contexts?) – Report as Bug support  Rollout: – Adding the ]po[ Mylyn integrator in the Eclipse Shop – Identify suitable forums where the availability can be announced
  6. 6. Project Phases  Phase 1: Read-Only Integration – Authentication – Queries – Identify mapping of Mylyn vs. ]po[ task fields  Phase 2: Bidirectional Integration – Write status changes back to ]po[ – Create new tasks in ]po[  Phase 3: Add-On Features – Attachments (for contexts?) – Report as Bug support  Rollout: – Adding the ]po[ Mylyn integrator in the Eclipse Shop – Identify suitable forums where the availability can be announced

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