Agilo for Trac

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Agilo for Trac
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Initial release 2007
Stable release 1.3.13 / May 7, 2014; 2 months ago (2014-05-07)
Written in Python Javascript
Operating system Cross-platform
Available in English
Type Agile Project Management
License Apache Software License
Website www.agilofortrac.com

Agilo for Trac (formally known as Agilo for Scrum) is an open source, web-based Scrum tool[1] to support the agile Scrum software development process.[2] Agilo is based on Trac, a widely used Issue tracking system. It is programmed in Python and is distributed under the Apache Software License 2.0.[3]

Its development was started in January 2007 by Andrea Tomasini while at agile42 and the first public version was released in January 2008. Since August 2011 it has been named to Agilo for Trac to emphasize its binding with Trac.

Agilo is used in agile software development projects in all economic sectors who use the Scrum framework. The python application can be downloaded and used either as source tarball, python-egg, SaaS, a VMWare Virtual appliance or a Windows Installer.

Version 0.8 is based on Trac 0.11, later versions on Trac 0.12.

Agilo supports Scrum-Teams, ScrumMasters and Product Owners in running and coordinating agile software development projects.[4]

Reported users of Agilo include groups at Volkswagen, AT&T, Siemens, eBuddy, and Oracle Corporation.[5]

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  1. ^ Scrum Tools, Methods & Tools, 15 Nov 2009 
  2. ^ Free Tool for Scrums, Linux Magazine, 25 Nov 2008 
  3. ^ Mathias Huber (2008-11-24), "Freies Werkzeug für Scrum-Prozess", Linux Magazin 
  4. ^ Test Report Agilo for Scrums, TU Wildungen, 9 Sep 2009 
  5. ^ "Agilo for trac home page". Retrieved February 2013. 

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