Ilja Preuss wrote:What do you mean by "support control SCRUM process"? What do you expect the tool to do for you? And what do you mean by "that's not the case"?
That was just bad english
Tanks for the insight, good blog post.
So far I have been reading about the tools I mentioned using it's respective documentation and that's my impressions so far:
XPlanner - Pretty complete but quite focused on XP. So is much more than a SCRUM tool. If you uses java will not be difficult do intall.
Scarab - So far looks the most customizable and flexible tool. Probably will take a while to configure it and get to the right path for the team but looks very promising.
Agilo - I could not find any Linux version so far, so I stopped this evaluation. Also I didn't like their commercial approach.
Just start evaluating a new tool I found IceScrum - http://www.icescrum.org/
. Also looks promising. Really easy to set up, has an embedded database and a nice interface. Just a deploy on tomcat and it's working.