Do you have an intranet portal?
Wednesday, 9 July 2003
I'll show you mine if you show me yours.
For the curious, here's where those links go:
- Iteration Documents
- index to our current and historical iteration status documents with some summary statistics.
- various internal whitepapers, HOWTOs, and articles. Most of the interesting content has moved to the wiki we introduced a couple of years ago.
- the aforementioned wiki.
- JavaDoc documentation for our codebase, updated as part of the continuous integration process. The "(more)" link points to a wiki page that links to various external JavaDocs.
- CVS Tree
- our ViewCVS instance.
- Build Results
- our CruiseControl build servlet.
- Test Coverage Reports
- a JCoverage report across our (Java) codebase, updated as part of the continuous integration process.
- Latka Test Suite
- a Latka webapp instance, which allows one to execute our Latka functional test suite against various development, integration, QA and production environments.
- a defect tracking database.
- web traffic analysis and similar reports.
- a simple RSS browsing web application.
- Recent Wiki Changes
- lists the last few changed pages on our internal wiki.
- SysArch Intranet Traffic
- web traffic analysis for the portal site itself (just below the fold in the screenshot).
- Current Build Results
- a one line summary of our continuous integration build status.
- Iteration N Status
- current status of the current and previous development iterations, in summary form.
This "portal" is largely cobbled together out of server side includes. It'd be nice to upgrade to a true portlet implementation, or at least use RSS (or whatever the "better" RSS is these days). In fact, I've been looking into introducing a number of blogging inspired ideas.