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I recently had a couple ISV's that wanted to leverage Microsoft Team Foundation Server (TFS) and Microsoft Office Sharepoint Server (MOSS) together to implement their own internal CodePlex (www.codeplex.com).

My ISV's wanted to be able to share code between disparate development groups, have discussions, and ultimately drive reuse of valuable solutions to software related problems. CodePlex is great for the community, but it's not targeted at users within an organization.

Being that CodePlex is implemented using TFS and MOSS, I thought this would be an easy one to figure out. Maybe even get the code from the CodePlex team for those ISV's to use.

Getting the code turned out to be a no go, but I did manage to find the TFS process template that CodePlex uses. CodePlex uses a custom process template that is a simplified variation of the MSF Agile process template.

Click Here to download the process template files CodePlex uses.

You can find the original post about this template on the www.codeplex.com wiki at the following link. (http://www.codeplex.com/CodePlex/Wiki/View.aspx?title=TFS%20process%20template%20in%20CodePlex)

Thanks to Richard Hundhausen (from Accruent) and Jim Newkirk (from Microsoft) for helping me out here.

Posted on Sunday, June 15, 2008 4:52 PM | Back to top


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