|Initial release||January 3, 2005|
[ (February 21, 2022 ) ±]
|Written in||Ruby, Ruby on Rails|
Project management software|
Bug tracking software
|License(s)||GNU General Public License v2|
Tracks is a web-based project management application that's based on a Ruby on Rails framework. The design of Tracks is significantly influenced by a "getting things done" methodology, introduced by author David Allen, and the GTD Todo application. That methodology was introduced to the application in the form of three main components: next actions, contexts, and projects.
Main features of Tracks include:
- built-in Mongrel web server
- action and project management
- tagging and starring actions
- color coding of due dates
- multi-user support
- comprehensive statistics tools
- text, iCal and RSS feed support
- export data in YAML, CSV or XML format
Requirements for this software to run properly include:
2. Ruby 1.8.7, RubyGems 1.3.7 or 1.5.0, Rake (see below)
More specifics on installation of Ruby, RubyGems, etc. can be found here.
Entities using Tracks
Videos, screenshots, and other media
Screenshots of Tracks can be found on the project site. The site also has a Quicktime movie introducing users to the application.
- "Manual - Introduction - Tracks". getontracks.org. http://getontracks.org/manual/. Retrieved 10 March 2012.
- "New! Version 1.0 of Tracks Released". getontracks.org. 3 January 2005. http://getontracks.org/news/comments/new-version-10-of-tracks-released/. Retrieved 10 March 2012.
- "GTD on Rails". But She's A Girl.... 7 November 2004. http://www.rousette.org.uk/blog/archives/gtd-on-rails/. Retrieved 10 March 2012.
- "Rails GTD Application". But She's A Girl.... 28 November 2004. http://www.rousette.org.uk/blog/archives/rails-gtd-application/. Retrieved 10 March 2012.
- "Version Using Rails 0.9.1". getontracks.org. 23 December 2004. http://getontracks.org/news/comments/version-using-rails-091/. Retrieved 10 March 2012.