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Project Management - Open Source

Some times people think that open source software (OSS) is not a serious software as the one you paid for, but that is completely untrue and here you have a large list of Project Management software to work with it.

  • Achievo - Easy to use and customize open source web-based project management application for business environments.
  • AgileTrack - Java based application for monitoring and tracking activities in a software development environment.
  • ASTS - A set of web based management tools for recording project activities and tasks.
  • Austin - A command line utility for manipulating project timelines in XML.
  • dotproject - Open source Project Management application developed and supported by a group of volunteers.
  • Double Choco Latte - A basic project management application used to track the history of work orders, projects, accounts etc.
  • eHour - User friendly web-based tool for keeping track of time based activities; ideal for consulting companies.
  • FreeMind - A mind mapping application useful for brainstorming sessions.
  • FUTURe - A time management application for individuals and groups.
  • Ganttproject - Written in Java, and using XML file format; enables project planning through a Gantt chart.
  • JIRA - JIRA is a project management & task achievement application for making team processes easy.
  • jxProject.com - Cross platform project management tool with sharing options.
  • IPM - A simple project management application built in PHP4 and requiring Apache 1.3x and MySQL.
  • Memoranda - For users handling multiple projects on a daily basis Memoranda is an ideal tool.
  • NetOffice - An online project management application for managing tasks, projects, team tracking and collaboration between teams.
  • Open Workbench - Excellent Windows-based application providing project scheduling functionality for enterprise users.
  • Planner - Project management tool for the Gnome desktop that is useful for project scheduling, planning and tracking.
  • phpCollab - An open-source internet-collaboration tool for project teams allowing them to share information amongst each other.
  • project-open - A web-based project management system for small consulting and service companies. Covers sales, project planning, collaboration and CRM.
  • Projectory - Projectory is an open source web based project management tool for tracking software projects through development phases.
  • Projman - A project management tool for reading project descriptions and their scheduled tasks.
  • Rapla - Highly configurable event and resource management application primarily targeted towards universities.
  • Taskjuggler - A powerful tool with redefined approach towards project planning activities, taking it far beyond the commonly available tools for Gantt charts.
  • Trac - Wiki and issue management system for software development projects.
  • TrackIt - An open source web based project tracking tool to maximize flexibility and customization.
  • TUTOS - Organization management tool for satisfying the requirements of small groups, teams and departments.
  • User Story .NET - A tool for extreme programming projects in user story tracking.
  • WebCollab - An easy to use collaborative project management system enabling users to work together.
  • WebPBC - Web-based project management tool for small businesses to do budget allocation of projects.
  • XPlanner - Another web-based project management tool for eXtreme programming (XP) software development practices.

If you know some other please leave your comment.


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Project Management - Open Source says:
August 14, 2008 - י"ג אב תשס"ח

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Cyndi Papia says:
August 31, 2008 - ל' אב תשס"ח

Another good one is ProjectPier. An application for managing tasks, projects and teams through an intuitive web interface found at http://www.projectpier.org.

dyohanan says:
September 2, 2008 - ב' אלול תשס"ח

Cyndy thank you for the tip!

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