mtrack, PHP

I've been working on some changes to mtrack (a software development tracker implemented in PHP) this weekend, with a focus on improving the user experience for the mtrack administrator. To be brutally honest, it was at best a meagre experience for the administrator, but now things are better. They're still not perfect, but it should be a low enough bar to encourage more folks to play with mtrack. I've also spent a little bit of effort to add some caching to improve performance for certain pages.

For those that have tried it in the past, there's a brief summary of what's changed and a couple of screen shots below. This effort is in alignment with the roadmap that I published a little while ago.

Changes

Where to get it

You can find the code here

The Wiki starting page

The Admin section


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