In case you missed it, here’s a brief summary of some of the blogs that have been published in the last two few weeks in our bi-weekly semi-weekly blog round up.
GreenHopper: Kanban Kandy and Scrum Framework. We wrote two posts to help introduce the new GreenHopper 5.2. In the Scrum Framework, we go in depth on how the scrum framework consists of three roles, three artefacts and four ceremonies or meetings. And in Kanban Kandy, we tell how the 5.2 release includes several great features for you to use Kanban to optimise your development process.
Video: Connecting Jira to MS Project. Ceptah Bridge links MS Project with Jira and provides bi-directional synchronisation between the systems. It streamlines the project management process by making Microsoft Project tasks available to Jira users. Read more.
Software Support Best Practices: How Atlassian Support Visualizes Our Support Queue – Part 1. In part 1 of this blog series, we’ll cover why we needed a new tool to manage our shared support queue., and the concepts behind the shared view we built. Read more.
Summit 2010 Highlights – Auditing your Build and Release Infrastructure. Atlassian’s build and release infrastructure uses dozens of build agents to run hundreds of builds every day. Needless to say, it’s a critical part of how we deliver great software to our customers! Read more.
111 reasons why you need an enterprise wiki. The name of this blog says it all. This is a guest post by Martin Seibert. He is the CEO of a German internet agency called //SEIBERT/MEDIA, a specialist for enterprise wikis and corporate communication. Read more.
Crowd authentication for Apache and Subversion – oh so easy now. Hooking up Apache and Subversion with Crowd for authentication and authorisation just got much easier. Are you running Apache/Subversion on Debian? No worries, we have the package for you. We’ve got Red Hat Linux, Solaris, OpenSolaris, Ubuntu and Windows covered too. Read more.
This is just a scrumptious sampler of blogs, but there’s a whole mess-o-blogs to fill your appetite for all things Atlassian. Subscribe to them all.

Bi-weekly blog roundup