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Shannon Lantzy said

at 11:18 am on Apr 8, 2010

Trac provided an amazing set of capabilities for me and my software development team a few years back. Not only was it useful as a bug tracker and code repository, but a task tracker, decisions management tool, the wiki pages were used for all project information and planning, etc. Slap a WYSIWYG on Trac (the wiki syntax was a little troubling for non-coders) and I think you have a potentially great PM tool.

Furthermore, I think Trac can be used as more of an integrated system into work processes, rather than a repository of knowledge. Tickets have more of a back and forth (in the form of discussion and state changes). If used to project decisions, discussions, and really get embedded in work tasks, a TON of knowledge gets preserved. What's more, the context of the knowledge is there. (Unlike wikis, where people often post the end result of a decision or piece of knowledge.) This has some roots in information use and behavior literature. I'd love to chat more!

Jon Verville said

at 9:48 am on May 13, 2010

Excellent, thanks for the feedback Shannon! I like the idea of a KM tool embedded in work tasks...let's talk.

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