(1) We code and design for a living.
(2) We’re crazy about Agile; it makes us better at our jobs and our customers love it.
(3) We believe in Open Source because we are part of a global community that thrives on sharing creativity and skill.
(4) We love our work. And we want to be happy doing it.
(5) But the Project Management Tools that are out there weren't making us happy. In fact we hated the whole lot of them. Bloated, slow, ugly to look at and unintuitive, we just couldn't stand the sight of them a moment longer.
(6) So we banished them from browsers and built our own dream tool.
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Scrum is an iterative and incremental agile software development methodology for managing product development.
The product backlog is what will ultimately be delivered, ordered into the sequence in which it should be delivered. Product Backlogs are broken into manageable, executable chunks named sprints. Every certain amount of time the team initiates a new sprint and commits to deliver a certain number of user stories from the backlog, in accordance with their skills, abilities and resources. The project advances as the backlog becomes depleted.
Kanban (看板) in Japanese, 看 (kan) can mean to look closely at, take care of, or keep watch. 板 (ban, or ita by itself) means a board. Therefore, Kanban roughly translated should be something like "a board to look at".
The Kanban methodology is used to divide project development (any sort of project) into stages.
A kanban card is like an index card or post-it note that details every task (or user story) in a project that needs to be completed. The Kanban board is used to move each card from one state of completion to the next and in so doing, helps track progress.
If you work with agile methodologies, you’ve probably heard of Epics. There is no official definition what an Epic Story could look like. Researching the topic we find some concurrence that an Epic is “a large object containing User Stories that can serve to group those Stories, and plan strategically across multiple projects.
Epics on Taiga open up a whole host of new planning opportunities for those of you managing multiple projects with relationships between them. With Epics you can establish and track hierarchical or related relationships between user stories on different projects.
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Keep a list of the issues and enhancements that make up your project. Classify them and assign the right person to fix or monitor each issue.
A wiki is the space for your project documentation. Add wiki pages, edit them directly in your browser and upload content so all your teammates have the required documentation.
A task communicates the need to do some work. Team members can create and define tasks to represent the work needed to accomplish a user story.
Your team and a small gamification page to learn who and how the team is sharing the project tasks.
Yes, it’s the fictional deadly poison from The Princess Bride, and yes it makes an appearance here on Taiga!
Let the rest of your team know that you’re reaching beyond your comfort zone by taking a dose or two of this potion. No pain, no gain.
Taiga is just one part of the ecosystem you may use to manage a project. You may want to integrate with your favourite tools to make life easier. We developed Taiga to make connects with your favourite tools a breeze.
We are grateful for any donations you might care to make. Any money donated will go towards a bounty fund. With your help, we will be engaging much more actively with our community to help further the development of Taiga, and we will use these donations to reward people working alongside us.DONATE IN OPEN COLLECTIVE
Simply contact us, we'll discus your needs, spec the project with our internal Taiga development team, and we will offer you $10,000 worth of our team's user story points and a commitment to develop and deploy the work in no more than 30 days.
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