Here at Edge Hill we’ve used Trac for quite some time in Web Services. I’ve been here for more than a year and a half now and during this period the team have greatly increased their use of Trac for ticketing problems, monitoring source changes, and more recently tracking Scrum Sprint progress. While Trac is great we need more – we want more – we’re bias.
We use Confluence heavily, the Faculty of Health have it as home to many documents and information for staff, students and external partners, we’re moving our Intranet into it, we also use it as our team wiki for documentation and the like. So as you can see, we have a fair bit invested in it. Confluence is made by Atlassian and these great folks also make JIRA.
We’ve heard many great things about JIRA and seen it in action ourselves when dealing with Atlassian. We think it’s great, has good integration and with the GreenHopper it’ll help us with our Scrum agile project management!
That’s the plan anyway!
Whilst we’re at it we’re taking the opportunity to install FishEye too. This will give us some awesome insight into what we’re actually coding and allow some great collaboration and knowledge sharing without much effort at all. If your a stats junky the numbers and graphs this thing makes is awesome!
Do your use JIRA?
One project to rule them all (ala Second Life’s Linden Labs) or many little ones?
What are your favourite things about FishEye?