ANNOUCE: Asset Tracker 0.9.1

I’m please to announce Asset Tracker 0.9.1. Asset Tracker (AT)
is an add-on for RT 3.4. This is a beta version and is recommended
only for RT development boxes. Using it in production is
probably safe but I wouldn’t do that yet.

Features:

Well, all the same great features of RT 3.4, with the
exception of Scrips. Scrips should be in the 1.0 release.

If you are comfortable with RT, then you should feel right
at home with AT.

Please see the README file for more information.

WIKI

There is a wiki at: http://atwiki.chaka.net/. Sorry, it’s
on a slow machine right now.

MAILING LISTS

http://atwiki.chaka.net/index.cgi?MailingLists

SUBVERSION REPOSITORY

svn://svn.chaka.net/

I’m looking forward to lots of great feedback.

-Todd

Please see the README file for more information.

I did. It didn’t say anything about what the Asset Tracker can do.

There is a wiki at: http://atwiki.chaka.net/.

Tried the wiki as well.

http://atwiki.chaka.net/index.cgi?MailingLists

Tried to check out the archives, but got a 404-not found.

Are there any information about this asset tracker available anywhere
else than in the source? I’m really curious to know what it’s supposed
to do, if it will solve my problems… but I’m not sure I’ll blindly
install it just because the name seems to suggest it can be useful :slight_smile:

Curious minds wants feature lists, screenshots, and possibly a
demo-tracker :slight_smile:

-jf

Please see the README file for more information.

I did. It didn’t say anything about what the Asset Tracker can do.

It can track information about your assets. (What information? Pretty
much anything you want…you define asset types, and then create custom
fields that are associated with some subset of those asset types.)
Through “parent” references, it can associate assets with one another.
(For example, we have “monitor” and “printer” asset types that can be
defined as components of someone’s desktop PC.) It can also associate a
particular asset with an RT ticket (using the ticket’s "refers to"
link), allowing you to track the maintenance history of a particular
piece of equipment.

I believe Todd intends for Asset Tracker to eventually have all the
capabilities (scrips, bulk updates, etc.) of RT.

Are there any information about this asset tracker available anywhere
else than in the source? I’m really curious to know what it’s supposed
to do, if it will solve my problems… but I’m not sure I’ll blindly
install it just because the name seems to suggest it can be useful :slight_smile:

Curious minds wants feature lists, screenshots, and possibly a
demo-tracker :slight_smile:

If you’ve got particular questions, probably your best bet is to join
the at-users mailing list and ask them. If there are particular actions
or items you’d like to see a screenshot of, I can probably help out with
that.

Mark Roedel
Web Programmer / Analyst
LeTourneau University