Schedulator is a software project management system designed to let developers make their own individual task estimates. Those estimates feed into a central database where they can be summarized and analyzed by a project manager, who uses the combined information to make intelligent decisions about how to manage the software project.
Schedulator supports various bug-tracking plugins, including existing plugins for Mantis, Fogbugz, and Google Code Issue Tracker. It's easy to add new plugins for other systems if you want.
DocumentationSchedulator Philosophy (PDF), a mostly non-technical discussion of how Schedulator is different from other software scheduling systems and how it can benefit you. Schedulator for Managers (PDF), a step-by-step guide to getting your team up and running using Schedulator. Schedulator for Developers (PDF), a step-by-step guide to using the Schedulator as a lowly developer, once your team is actively using it. Sample schedulator input Notes for users of the old Schedulator 3 Credits & LicensingSchedulator is a fancy implementation of Painless Software Schedules, an essay and method by Joel Spolsky. The original Schedulator system (which we retroactively numbered versions 1.0 to 3.0) was developed at NITI, largely by Avery Pennarun, Peter McCurdy, and Reid Levesque. The new Schedulator contains absolutely no NITI intellectual property and was rewritten in C# entirely by Avery Pennarun while working for Versabanq. The only exception is that the new Schedulator version uses the MESH web widget library, which was created by mich at NITI and released under the LGPL. The Schedulator documents above are equally applicable to both the new and old Schedulator versions and were written entirely by Avery Pennarun for Versabanq. DiscussionVisit the Schedulator Mailing List. Yes, you can subscribe even if you don't have a google account.
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