Redmine is an open source project management application, which includes basic ticketing, wiki and other functionality. We’ve just released a Flowdock Redmine plugin on GitHub, which gives you a completely real-time Flowdock integration with issues and wiki.
Installation is straightforward and you can read the guide in the README.
We have often been asked about how GitHub Issues content could be aggregated in Flowdock. This wasn’t really possible until a few weeks ago as GitHub added event hooks to pretty much everything.
Issues, pull requests, wiki updates, and comments are now pushed to Flowdock in addition to commits. We have been using them ourselves, and it has significantly reduced the time it takes to react to a pull request.
The configuration can be a bit of work until GitHub gets its revamped hooks admin out. If you have an existing Flowdock hook in your GitHub repo, you have to poke the GitHub API a bit.
Configuring new hooks don’t require anything special. Just follow the instructions from our help page and you’re done.