Title

OpenBoard, a command line based scrum board

Date

5-31-2018 5:00 PM

End Time

31-5-2018 7:00 PM

Location

WUC Pacific Room

Session Chair

Scot Morse

Session Title

Computer Science Individual Capstone Projects posters

Presentation Type

Poster session

Faculty Sponsor(s)

Scot Morse

Abstract

OpenBoard is a free command line based server application that provides a simple scrum board interface. OpenBoard is intended for people working in server administration or DevOps that typically run headless machines. OpenBoard also has future functionality that will allow for a graphical interface similar to Jira. OpenBoard creates a terminal printout representing a scrum board with Epics, Stories, and Features. It will also have a work log to log the number of hours spent on a task to provide future metrics for sprint planning and sprint retrospective. OpenBoard differs from current scrum board offerings by being free, open source, and having the ability to run on headless systems.

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OpenBoard, a command line based scrum board

WUC Pacific Room

OpenBoard is a free command line based server application that provides a simple scrum board interface. OpenBoard is intended for people working in server administration or DevOps that typically run headless machines. OpenBoard also has future functionality that will allow for a graphical interface similar to Jira. OpenBoard creates a terminal printout representing a scrum board with Epics, Stories, and Features. It will also have a work log to log the number of hours spent on a task to provide future metrics for sprint planning and sprint retrospective. OpenBoard differs from current scrum board offerings by being free, open source, and having the ability to run on headless systems.