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Project Description
TFS Scrumboard is an extension to TFS 2010 Web Access, providing easy planning and managing of workitem progress.

TFS Scrumboard is build (in C#) as an extension to TFS 2010 Web Access. It is designed to be used in scrum projects, using one of the many scrum process templates available. I use my own custom scrum process template, to support the way we do scrum projects, but no dependency on any kind of process template is assumed.


When installed, TFS Scrumboard provides two extra tabs in TFS Web Access: Planning and Tasks.

The Planning tab is meant for planning and prioritizing workitems. It shows the product backlog and each sprint backlog on the left side, and the workitems in a selected (product/sprint) backlog on the right side. A workitem can be planned by moving it to (dropping it on) a specific sprint backlog or removed from planning by moving it to the product backlog. A workitem can be prioritized by dragging-and-dropping it in the desired position inside a (product/sprint) backlog.

The Tasks tab is meant for managing the progress of workitems during a sprint. It shows vertical swimminglanes which represents one or more statusses of the workitems in a specific sprint. The status of a workitem can be changed by dragging-and-dropping it in the desired swimminglane. A workitem can be prioritized by dragging-and-dropping it in the desired position (vertically).

Goals
  • Planning work items, by dragging-and-dropping them into a specific (product or sprint) backlog
  • Prioritizing work items, by dragging-and-dropping them into the desired order
  • Manage sprint progress, by dragging-and-dropping them into the corresponding swimminglane
  • Print workitem cards, to be used on a RL scrumboard (if possible with a link back to TFS, using a camera, some form of (RFID?) tags or (2D?) barcodes)

Documentation
Screenshot

Planning page with backlogs and workitems. The tabs are added by an http-module & set active correctly and the title is shown in both browser-tab and the breadcrumb. The backlogs and their information are taken from TFS, although how is not yet configurable.

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Last edited Jun 26, 2011 at 12:52 AM by Codeblack, version 24