Changes between Version 47 and Version 48 of org/process/TorAgileProcess


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Jun 11, 2011, 9:18:41 PM (7 years ago)
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karsten
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    102102Each Agile Iteration should be tracked in a ticket under the component Agile with the Keyword [https://trac.torproject.org/projects/tor/query?keywords=~IterationReport IterationReport]. There are two types of Iteration Reports: Project Reports and Personal Reports. The report formats are almost identical. #2591 is an example of a personal report, and #2606 is an example of a project report.
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    104 We've created a handy Trac report called the [https://trac.torproject.org/projects/tor/report/33 Iteration Backlog] which should list your open trac tickets for you, sorted by priority. Ideally, your '''Goals''' should come off the top of this backlog, but they do not have to. You can also take them from a [https://trac.torproject.org/projects/tor/wiki/sponsors Sponsor Roadmap] or off the top of your head.
     104We've created a handy Trac report called the [https://trac.torproject.org/projects/tor/report/33 Iteration Backlog] which should list your open trac tickets for you, sorted by priority. Ideally, your '''Goals''' should come off the top of this backlog, but they do not have to. You can also take them from a [wiki:org/sponsors Sponsor Roadmap] or off the top of your head.
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    106106For each project you are on, select the tickets you want, and tag them with two '''Keyword''' tags: One for yourself, and one for that project.
     
    154154I personally believe that the optimal Iteration length is either 2 weeks, or one month.
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    156 We also need someone to help break down [https://trac.torproject.org/projects/tor/wiki/sponsors Sponsor Deliverables] into tickets, and make sure that these end up in people's iterations at the proper rate to ensure completion.
     156We also need someone to help break down [wiki:org/sponsors Sponsor Deliverables] into tickets, and make sure that these end up in people's iterations at the proper rate to ensure completion.
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    158158phobos: I secretly track projects via an agile method with an estimated velocity.  I look at projects in a 1 week timebox, with 4 week iterations.  This helps me track how fast we can get work done, what blocks progress, and who is working on what month to month.  I generally want to look at everything we do at a program level.  I keep track of what's active, what's on queue, and what's in the parking lot.