This summer, we have worked diligently to expand our interactions with the Polarion Community. The POP challenge contest was open to anyone interested in submitting a software app or extension around Polarion products that can be used by our community of over one million users. The POP challenge has had a strong response within the community, resulting in a record number of quality submissions, making it difficult to determine a winner. However, after much deliberation we have finally chosen the winners for POP Challenge 2012.
First place—an Apple iPad plus $10,000 worth of Polarion product licenses for the winner’s company
First prize winner goes to Manuel Sprock (Phoenix Contact) for “Code Review,” an app that provides a workflow for code reviews based on linked revisions.
Second place—an Apple iPod Touch plus $5,000 worth of Polarion product licenses for the winner’s company
Second prize winner goes to Sven-Jürgen Lämke for “Wiki Macro to visualize Polarion Workflow,” a macro to automatically draw a workflow defined within Polarion using the workflow manager or the workflow xml-file of the work item.
Congratulations to our contest winners and kudos to all those who submitted such quality applications, which made it exceptionally difficult to choose a contest winner. Feel free to try out these free extensions, other available extensions, and all of our new submissions!