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Agilo for Scrum roadmap

Hi there, we are very excited about the great success that our tool had in the last few month, thanks for supporting and making it improve! We decided to share more information with you and from today, there will be a special blog area where you could read information related to Agilo.

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30 April 2008
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Hi there, we are very excited about the great success that our tool had in the last few month, thanks for supporting and making it improve!

We decided to share more information with you and from today, there will be a special blog area where you could read information related to Agilo.

We build a Collaborative Blog, everyone belonging to the Bloggers group is allowed to post new Blog entries. Everybody else, registered, can submit comment and vote for the posts.

Agilo for Scrum 0.6

After nearly a month of time we manage to fix the major bugs and make the installation and configuration easier. Many features have been added to the product, thanks to your contribution as well. The development of the 0.6 will stop in the next few days and will remain in maintenance, until the 0.7 will be ready.

Agilo for Scrum 0.7

We decided to port Agilo to Trac 0.11 (even if it is still Beta...), and mainly work on the following areas:

  • Ease of installation, installer and configuration assistance
  • Improve usability and automation (Estimation, Calculation of Sprint Capacity...)
  • Better user interface

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I'm looking forward to test the new release :-)

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