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How about starting an Agilo community?

First of all thanks! Thank you all users of Agilo for Scrum to have contributed in the past month to the improvement of the tool. As Agile42 we decided to invest a bit more of time now in developin...

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8 May 2008
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First of all thanks! Thank you all users of Agilo for Scrum to have contributed in the past month to the improvement of the tool.

As Agile42 we decided to invest a bit more of time now in developing the tool forward, we still need your feedbacks, and your support to evolve the tool in the right direction.

Moreover we truly believe in the Open Source community and spirit and we would like you all to exchange all your experiences here on this "collaborative" blog. It could be a good place were to store informations that could be useful to many other users like you ;-)

We are committed to support the community, and together improve the usability, setup, configuration and increase the number of features to cover more and more scenarios.

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Ooopss... Hands faster than the brain... never happend :-?

I forgot to mention that if you want to be able to post new Blog entry you will have to send an email to staff@agile42.com.

Looking forward to hear from you!

Sounds nice.
What about open the development of Agilo tool itself in Trac?

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