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Agilo 0.7 Release Candidate 1 :-)

Hi there, after another month of hard work we just released the first **Release Candidate** of agilo for scrum 0.7. The main new feature are: - **Capacity Calculation**: each Team Member can se...

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    Hi there, after another month of hard work we just released the first Release Candidate of agilo for scrum 0.7.

    The main new feature are:

    • Capacity Calculation: each Team Member can set default capacity info per week, as well as specific calendar days. The capacity can be verified by the Scrum Master before the Sprint commitment, and used now to show resources overloaded. The Capacity is represented also in the Burndown Chart
    • Ideal Burndown Proportional to the team Capacity: The ideal burndown is not anymore linear, but proportional the the team capacity on a daily basis
    • Support for Relative and Absolute Estimations: Agilo now support the story points estimation and calculates a ratio that can be reused to estimate the stories which have not yet been detailed.

    Coming next:

    • Bug fixing
    • New GUI
    • More Bug Fixing
    • Some little exciters...

    That's all folks!

    The Agilo Dev Team

    ANdreaT
    FSchwarz
    JFPoser
    SSschulze
    TaZ

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