So today finally Project Flow & Tracker meets Open Atrium, and does so in style. My friends at Development Seed just told me about the new availability of the feature server code (w00t! out just a couple of days right here: http://code.developmentseed.org/featureserver/dashboard), not to mention a spanking new theme, singular,
“a minimal theme that can be rebranded quickly and simply using background images a la Twitter. The theme comes with several prepackaged backgrounds and site administrators are encouraged to upload their own.”
also out just a couple of days, and which can be found at http://code.developmentseed.org/singular/dashboard . Singular and depends on the base theme Tao: http://code.developmentseed.org/singular/dashboard (also fresh meat!).
So we will be diving right in. Here are the steps we will be taking, so hang on to your mice, it’s going to be a fun ride:
- First steps with Open Atrium itself (OK, what is it?)
- First login as admin
- Creating a group
- Creating a project and some project docs
- Inviting some more team members
- Working together
- Our bare bones “Feature Machine” morphs into the stylishly themed and branded AWebFactory Feature Server!
- Feature Server
- We stick our feature onto our Feature Server
- Sticking our feature on the feature server
Time to commit our work to bzr!
- Importing Project Flow & Tracker as a feature into our Open Atrium based PFT site
- First steps for integration of PFT feature into Open Atrium
- Bringing back the full PFT feature set.
- Making PFT usable
- Using PFT to develop PFT
- Development environment