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Title Project Management Web Tools at the MICE experiment
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Author(s) Coney, Linda (speaker) (University of California, Riverside)
Corporate author(s) CERN. Geneva
Imprint 2012-05-22. - Streaming video, 00:24:07:00.
Series (Conferences)
(Computing in High Energy and Nuclear Physics (CHEP) 2012)
Lecture note on 2012-05-22T15:10:00
Subject category Conferences
Abstract Project management tools like Trac are commonly used within the open-source community to coordinate projects. The Muon Ionization Cooling Experiment (MICE) uses the project management web application Redmine to host Many groups within the experiment have a Redmine project: analysis, computing and software (including offline, online, controls and monitoring, and database subgroups), executive board, and operations. All of these groups use the website to communicate, track effort, develop schedules, and maintain documentation. The issue tracker is a rich tool that is used to identify tasks and monitor progress within groups on timescales ranging from immediate and unexpected problems to milestones that cover the life of the experiment. It allows the prioritization of tasks according to time-sensitivity, while providing a searchable record of work that has been done. This record of work can be used to measure both individual and overall group activity, identify areas lacking sufficient personnel or effort, and as a measure of progress against the schedule. Given that MICE, like many particle physics experiments, is an international community, such a system is required to allow easy communication within a global collaboration. Unlike systems that are purely wiki-based, the structure of a project management tool like Redmine allows information to be maintained in a more structured and logical fashion.
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