tuleap – Software development & agile management

Tuleap is an open source suite designed to improve management of software development and collaboration.

With a single web-based solution, project managers, developers & quality managers can easily build, deploy software projects.

The software lets users:

  • plan and monitor projects;
  • manage software development lifecycle: source code, builds…;
  • track requirements, tasks, incidents, etc;
  • produce documents and releases;
  • favour collaboration between project members.

Features include:

  • Issue Tracking – Advanced tracker : workflow, granular user roles, flexible permissions by tracker and project user groups, own tracker templates, per tracker field customization, advanced search language, related issues, export as CSV.
  • Scrum – Drag’n drop, Product Backlog, Release and Sprint planning, burnup, burndown, velocity.
  • Kanban – Real-time card boards, WIP limitation, customizable columns, cumulative chart.
    • Configure workflows through columns: limitation to move directly a card from the column “to do” to “closed”.
    • Share boards with everyone while limiting updates to certain user groups.
  • Source code control – One or several Git repos per project. Permissions. Inline comments. Integrated Subversion.
  • Gerrit code review – Advanced workflow.
  • Test management – Automated and Manual test campaigns. Traceability.
  • Project management – Reporting tables, pies, bars, cumulative charts, Time tracking. Due date.
    • Centralize project activities with a single solution to plan, track, develop, deliver and maintain apps.
    • Create corporate project templates while giving each project manager the freedom of a customizable workspace/
    • Comply with business and industry standards like ISO, CMMI and ITIL.
  • Document management – By project document workspace. Approval workflow. Fine permissions. Wiki.
  • Collaboration – Mattermost IM connectors for Git pushes and Scrum reports.
    • Send a Scrum stand-up summary of your current planning with the list of update items and the burndown chart progress.
    • Get a direct access to the cardwall and the burndown chart.
    • Choose in your Scrum administration which bots.
    • Notify Mattermost channels when a push occurs in a Tuleap Git repository.
    • Get direct link from your Mattermost to the Git commit in Tuleap web interface.
    • Select bots from your Scrum administration interface.

Website: www.tuleap.org
Support: User Guide, Blog, Twitter, GitHub
Developer: The Tuleap Team
License: GNU GPL v2

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