@dillchen Orchestra has a notion of dynamic checklists built in, so we use that at B12, and it would be a proxy for some of the features you would look for in Asana/Trello. Our team even teamed up with Aditya Bharadwaj and Kurt Luther of Virginia Tech to write a paper on how we use dynamic checklists in our web design projects. Check it out: http://crowd.cs.vt.edu/wordpress/wp-content/uploads/2019/01/Bharadwaj_Critter_CHI_2019.pdf).
That being said, we do integrate several third-party tools with Orchestra. One in particular that we have found to be very helpful is Slack. When Orchestra creates a team, it will create a private channel for this team to communicate. It is a great way to build relationships across various experts on a team and can be a space where experts quickly collaborate.
I'm curious if you were able to play around with Orchestra earlier this month.
Hi all! A number of folks have reached out asking about whether Orchestra was actively maintained, and I assure you it is. We use and develop Orchestra on a daily basis at B12, and it's core to what we do as a company. As a startup, we've been pretty heavily focused on the success of our business, and as a result, we've been less than supportive of the community as you've run into issues. In the long term, we'll have folks who can more deeply engage with the community, but in the short term, I'd love to put something together that will work for you.
To try out an experiment, I'd like to run office hours for 30 minutes a week, usually on Wednesday afternoons. If you've got a question that requires a bit of debugging, send a message to this channel and I'll let you know the next time me or one of our engineers are doing office hours. My only ask is, if we manage to get you unblocked during office hours, I'd be grateful if you contributed documentation or a PR to help pay it forward.
If that works for you, then @hattek, @infiniteNetwork_gitlab, or @ManuelPistner_twitter, let me know if you're around at 2:30 PM ET today or so for office hours!
And to help you out @hattek , I see the problem! in your urls.py, you should have the following imports
from django.conf.urls import include from django.conf.urls import url from django.contrib import admin from django.contrib.auth import views as auth_views
I'm updating the docs appropriately.
Thanks for stopping by, @HemilModi03! To answer your question, I expanded on our documentation. I've submitted a PR to update it, but you can take a look at the pre-reviewed documentation update here: https://github.com/b12io/orchestra/pull/498/files
Let me know if that helps, or if there is anything we can clarify further.