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Dan Podsedly
Updates

Pivotal Tracker API Update

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The Pivotal Tracker API has now been available for just over a year, and we’re really pleased with the rich variety of tools and applications that our user community has built with it, to extend Tracker’s functionality. There are now integration tools, wrappers for various programming languages, mobile apps, an IRC console, and many more on the way (see the third-party tools page for a comprehensive list). Read more...

Dan Podsedly
Updates

New in Pivotal Tracker: Labels Panel, Saved Searches, and More

Pivotal Tracker has just been updated with new features. There's a new panel on the project page that will help you organize and keep track of related stories in your project - Labels and Searches. Open it using the View menu, or with Shift-L. On this panel, you'll see all labels in your project, as links, with numbers indicating the number of stories that have yet to be accepted. Click on a label to see stories with that label. Read more...

Pivotal Tracker
Productivity

Deliver Tracker Stories from Capistrano

The scene: Pivotal NYC. Jeff Dean walks up to Dan Podsedly, manager of Pivotal Tracker development. Jeff: Hey Dan, you asked what features we wanted in Tracker. How about a way to automatically mark all my Finished stories as Delivered, all at once? Dan: (with a sly smile) Well, we have an API call for it. Read more...

Dan Podsedly
News

GitHub Post Receive Hook for Tracker

Chris Bailey wrote a GitHub post receive hook for Tracker, using the API. It’;s a web service that you run on your own server, and it automatically updates stories in your project(s) based on commit comments. Read more...

Dan Podsedly
News

Tracker API Released

We’ve released the first version of the Tracker API. It’s a RESTful HTTP XML interface, uses a simple, token-based authentication mechanism, and allows you to query as well as update stories in your projects. Read more...