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README.md

Basecamp3 - The Big Picture

Simple Ruby app that displays Basecamp 3 summaries

I love Basecamp. It’s awesome. But to convince my managers to fully adopt it, I had to put together some views that would allow them to see what was happing across all projects, team members, and todo items at once.

This is a rather rough Ruby application built on Sinatra with standalone ActiveRecord. It is designed to connect to a Basecamp integration via ENV variables and sync all of your active data.

“Active” in this case means that there is a focus on items that are not completed and have been assigned.