Aduno is a tool that was originally designed with Braden Simpson for the Computer Supported Cooperative Work class at the University of Victoria. It was made:
- to help teams of programmers track issues collaboratively and in real-time;
- to use real-world visuals to create a natural workflow for issue tracking (such as a workboard with cards, links, etc);
- to use the GitHub API, which means that it is integrated with the web’s most popular code repository/revision system;
- as an open source tool built on node.js and Meteor frameworks.
Aduno is a side project that we’ve used to build our knowledge of web apps, frameworks and API usage.
It received a lot of interest, and was published at the 2013 International Conference on Software Engineering (ICSE) in San Francisco.