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From:
wiggins
Date:
December 23, 2002 13:01
Subject:
RE: Project Management - Maybe off topic
Message ID:
200212232101.PAA15534@crows.siteprotect.com
Well it is probably off topic, but a good discussion anyways.  Seems like some combination of cvs/rcs+bugzilla might do close to the job for you and free at that :-), though that may shift the burden from yourself to your developers and that may or may not go over so well with them.

On top of using those to make your development environment somewhat more sane, there is a similar app to M$ Project being brewed in the Gnome world, called MrProject: http://mrproject.codefactory.se/  KDE most likely has something competing in this space though I am not familar with that land.

http://danconia.org

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On Mon, 23 Dec 2002 15:07:16 -0500, "Paul Kraus" <pkraus@pelsupply.com> wrote:

> If this is off topic just tell me to shut the hell up :)
> 
> What software would you recommend for project management. I am a one man
> it guy supporting about 100 people in 2 locations. I currently use
> outlook (yuck) and I am having a hard time have a clear organized work
> schedule. I want an app that will let me track tasks, problem people are
> having, projects, and preferably programs (when I make changes, what the
> changes where, flow charts for development (flow charts?? people still
> use those :)).
> 
> I post here because there seems to be many people on the list in similar
> situations. So if the list thinks this is off-topic then I apologize
> ahead of time. If you feel this is off topic but still have suggestions
> just send me a response off list. Thanks.
> 
> I have been looking at ms project but for half a grand its just to much.
> Seeing as I am not coordinating with anyone except myself. 
> 
> Paul Kraus
> Network Administrator
> PEL Supply Company
> 216.267.5775 Voice
> 216-267-6176 Fax
> www.pelsupply.com
> 
> 

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