This is what happens when you are surrounded by brilliant people. I've been tinkering with the Feedback 2 module (http://drupal.org/project/feedback) which creates a handy little form that allows site visitors to post feedback. This is especially useful for eliciting feedback during the development process. Out of the box the module creates a log message. I wanted an interface that allowed for more discussion and accountability around the feedback items so created a patch (see attached) that makes nodes out of feedback messages which go into an internal ticketing system. This was a great solution for one of our clients. But yesterday I found myself wondering out loud if we could integrate this with our Unfuddle (http://unfuddle.com/) project management system? Jody jumped on this idea and within a couple of hours had leveraged the Unfuddle API to create a module: http://drupal.org/project/unfuddle_feedback We're hoping this helps others who use both Drupal and Unfuddle. Let us know if you have any questions.
Jody is a full stack Drupal expert. She does technical architecture, strategy, development, consulting, and developer training. Jody has worked on hundreds of Drupal projects since she began as a freelancer in 2006 and co-founded Zivtech in 2008. Jody grew up in the Philadelphia area and graduated from Harvey Mudd College in California in 2000.
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