There is a piece of software I am working on that I am just about to start the official planning / development stages on.
My issue is that I can not figure out how to set this up in Project Open. I do not know which option to choose. See my issue comes in because of that exactly. I need to set up a piece of software that I am developing but the only way to get the software development option to recognize my program is I have to go to Projects and set up a program first. Only then can I define that program for use under software development or any other project.
I am confused, What I am looking for is to set up that program so that it is allays available for continuous development. I need to keep track of the various versions, bug tracking, tasks, etc… For some reason there does not seem to be a easy way to get this to work. I do not see any documentation to help me on this (it is possible I missed something). Everything I have read has not helped..
I can not figure this out and have spent two days on this trying to get this to work properly. I am ready to give up and scrap this project for something commercial because everything I have done has been confusing, lacking in documentation, and very aggravating. I have spent more time trying to get this to work then what I want to. I have even gotten over the fact it has taken me an other additional three days just to figure out how to set up Project-Open after removing the demo data.
So is there anyway to salvage the amount of time I have already put into this? Can you set up a project with a bug tracker, life cycle, help desk, project management, accounting, etc… All the modules readily available to Project-Open?
Thank You for your help in advance.
A "program" is just a dynamic field of one project that points to another project.
Maybe you wanted to say "super-project"?
You are right, some of the more advanced features of ]po[ have not yet been properly documented.
Please send ma a mail to frank.bergmann@project-open, I'd be interested to listen what
exactly you want to achieve using ]po[. Maybe you have some functional specs or similar
that you could include?
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