Hi Buck,
After I wrote my last note, I realized that a typical response might be
"yeah right, we will just rip and replace the very backbone of our
application development process based on your 2 line endorsement"
Thankfully Rational is giving it away (for up to 10 developers) a community
edition. https://jazz.net/downloads/rational-team-concert/releases/3.0
It has almost all of the function of the paid releases, with only a
limitation on concurrent access (and no IBM support).
You can even play with it in a sandbox, if you don't have the time to
install it. https://jazz.net/sandbox02/setup/web

There is a whole active community around jazz.net
This is tool is like Eclipse, I don't use it because I have to, I use it
because it make my life so much better.

HTH
Edmund


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On 1/12/2011 6:07 PM, Edmund Reinhardt wrote:

If you want an Eclipse plugin that supports agile programming, use
Rational
Team Concert.
That is what we are using internally and it is REALLY good. Not only
for
customizable process track and enforcing, but for source control, and
especially tracking User Story/Defects/reasons to change code.
We have a distributed team across the continent, and this really helps us
work together seamlessly.

Thanks Edmund, I think I've downloaded RTC's tiny (free) version but
every time I go to tinker with it something comes up and I never get
going. This might be exactly what I'm looking for!
--buck
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