I've written a (very basic) front-end to AWeg's version of the copy script.
You can use it here: http://asana.kothar.net
It works for small projects, but at the moment I don't have any large ones to test it with - I suspect it will time out on the server, since it tries to do everything in one go.
Sourcecode is available of course.
Trello is used for all kinds of project and task management. It’s based on a simple board and card metaphor.
Trello supports Chrome 9 and above, Firefox 4 and above, Safari 5.0.5 and above, and Internet Explorer 9 and above.
Trello blog is here.
I just went through an exhaustive search and trial of the tools out there (about two dozen or so) that include most of what you're looking for plus a few more, such as horizontal 'swimlanes' or pipelines. I was also looking for customizable columns, which is surprisingly rare, open RESTful APIs, integration with Google Apps, esp. gmail, built on a solid ...
Regarding question no. 1, as per Trello's page on Privacy, Security and Data:
Free... for how long?
Trello is free forever. We may add pay-only features in the future, but everything that's free today will be free tomorrow and forever.
Regarding question no. 4, it's subjective and thus not fit with the StackExchange policy on questions type. See the ...
I agree with your friend about not dividing up into separate boards by type of job.
With your examples such as 'Design ideas' etc, I think they really do fit naturally within different lists on the same Board. It's exactly the sort of usage that Joel demoed in multiple videos about Trello.
The only thing I can think of, to help manage very long lists, is ...
The last company I worked for used redmine hosted at https://www.hostedredmine.com/. Looking into it now, it appears it's actually a third-party service. Redmine's wiki lists a couple other alternatives:
BitNami Cloud Hosting makes it easy to host your own Redmine installation in the Cloud. It provides automatic backup and monitoring and allows you to ...
To move a story, or a group of stories:
Select them first, using the selection check boxes to the right of story titles.
Then, select the 'Move to Project...' option in the Stories drop-down menu, and choose the project to which you'd like the story or stories moved.
Unfortunately, you simply can't!
Quote from Asana (source):
Workspaces are self-contained: projects and tasks cannot move between
Workspaces or be moved into Organization.
I had to create the projects from scratch in the new workspace - but was obviously unable to preserve the projects trail of comments from the initial workspace.
There are a number of ways to accomplish what you want. Experiment to see what works best with your team.
We use recurring tasks to manage these (we had one board with lists for Daily, Weekly, Monthly and Annual/Once tasks)
Method One: Each person assigned to a card will be subscribed to the card activity and therefore receive an email notice of activity ...
Assembla, even in free plan, can offer
Any amount of "Spaces" (collection of Assembla tools with tight integration between them)
Any amount of independent SVN-repositories (they have 1.8 already) in every single space
Rather good bugtracking
Messaging for team's communication
Ability to use external SVN-repositories inside Assembla spaces ("External ...
Actually you can move projects between workspaces with some work. This is not my solution and original credit goes to MhdHejazi
With some testing, it seems that Aweg's fork here works: https://gist.github.com/AWeg/5814427
You'll need to be comfortable with PHP and have your own hosting account. I was able to easily transfer projects from one workspace to ...
I found my own answer after playing around with pivotal for a while.
Log in to pivotal tracker
Select Project Project
Select Menu Project | Export CSV Select
You will be brought to new page:
Options (tick as required for my requirement I left all 3 ticked).
All Done Stories
All Current/Backlog Stories
All Icebox Stories
I'd recommend using a couple of highly-focused, best-of-breed, online apps/sites together as we've found it to be highly productive, we're using a mixture of Trello, Dropbox and a custom in-house app for managing different aspects of our projects.
I can't speak to Basecamp as we've never used it, the conversation aspect is the one we need ...
I'm not sure if it fully fits your needs, but have you checked pivotal tracker?
I've used it and quite enjoyed it, but I'm not doing pure "by the book" SCRUM
You can set the due date of a card by clicking the "Due Date..." button on the back of the card. You'll get a notification 24 hours before it's due if you are subscribed. Trello doesn't have have a way to suggest or scheduling due dates though.
You can see their workload by selecting only their cards using the search/options tool in the right-hand sidebar. As far as their capacity, You could potentially add a board to specfically manage that metrics. AFAIK, there is no way to store that in trello; if that is an important aspect of how you are using trelly, there may exist better tools.
I suggest ...
Google Groups will allow you to send emails to any number of people. Those people can elect to receive each email, or a daily digest. Groups can be invite-only, and you can prevent other group members from sending email if you wish.
The emails are always viewable online later. If you always reply to the same subject line, they will be readable in one long ...
Scope is effectively constrained by what you can see on the screen in a Trello board view. To maximize scope for a collaborative project, or to figure out when the board has reached a threshold that requires splitting it into two or more, the following approach may be helpful. [Note that boards can be copied and cards can (now) be moved to other boards.]