This page lists a number of example projects that show various use cases for TaskJuggler. Please note that these examples may require the latest developement snapshot. A copy of the examples is included which each TaskJuggler gem and will be installed when you install TaskJuggler. You can use the following command to find the directory with the examples that matches your installed version:
ruby19 -e "puts Gem::Specification.find_by_name('taskjuggler').gem_dir"
This example provides a quick overview of key TaskJuggler features. Every new user should spend some time to understand this example. It is more than an introduction of basic features. It also showcases some advanced features to provide an idea of what TaskJuggler is capable off.
This example provides a template file for new projects to start from. It contains some key elements that most project files have and explains a typical structure of a TaskJuggler project file.
It also comes with a set of example reports to get you started. This file is just a first guideline to get you started. TaskJuggler is very flexible and powerful and provides lots of other features not used in this template. Don't get yourself locked into this template. It's meant to grow in complexity with your project.
TaskJuggler is a very powerful project management software. But it also is a great to-do list manager or task manager. Here is a simple example of a personal to-do list.
Fedora 20 Project Plan
This example was derived from the original Fedora 20 project plan. It is included to show how TaskJuggler can be used to coordinate the release of large open source projects without the need to manage individual resources.
Scrum Example Project
This is an example of a Scrum project. It illustrates the creation of backlogs and burndown charts.
TaskJuggler 3.4.0 has been released
Reported on 2012-12-18
TaskJuggler 3.4.0 comes with a bunch of incremental improvements and lots of bug fixes. Almost all of the changes were triggered by bug reports and feature requests from the user community. A big thank you to everybody who contributed patches, bug reports and feedback! [Read More...]
TaskJuggler 3.3.0 has been released
Reported on 2012-07-24
With this release, TaskJuggler gains more interoperability with other project management tools. You can now export your scheduled projects in Microsoft Project XML format. [Read More...]
TaskJuggler 3.2.0 has been released
Reported on 2012-04-30
A new report type to track values over time has been added. This can be used e. g. to generate burndown charts for your Scrum project. [Read More...]
TaskJuggler 3.1.0 has been released
Reported on 2012-01-12
Introducing account reports, comprehensive leave management and the ability to be used as a To-do list manager. [Read More...]
Happy 10th Anniversary, TaskJuggler!
Reported on 2011-11-30
Exactly 10 years ago, the first TaskJuggler commit was recorded. The program has come a very long way. Cheers, to all our users!
TaskJuggler 3.0.0 has been released
Reported on 2011-11-02
After 5 years of work the re-write of TaskJuggler has been completed. [Read More...]
New signing key for TaskJuggler releases
Reported on 2011-10-25
For future releases, a new GPG key with ID 2AD38B49 will be used. The key is already available from GPG key servers. [Read More...]
New TaskJuggler web site has been launched
Reported on 2011-10-03
To prepare for the upcoming TaskJuggler 3.0 release, the TaskJuggler web site has been redesigned. [Read More...]
TaskJuggler III 0.2.2 has been released
Reported on 2011-09-14
This is most likely the final beta before the big 3.0 release. [Read More...]
TaskJuggler III 0.2.1 has been released
Reported on 2011-07-13
Many new features and a 3 - 5x speed improvement of the scheduler. [Read More...]
TaskJuggler on the Web
Tools with TaskJuggler support