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Open Source Project Management

  1. Open Source Project Management tool
    dotProject is a volunteer supported Project Management application. There is no "company" behind this project, it is managed, maintained, developed and supported by a volunteer group and by the users themselves. The software is free to anyone who would like to download it. Day to day support is provided free by volunteers. If you would like to see the system in operation - use the Demo link in the modules list to the left top of the site. If you would like to download the package use the downloads link on the top right. Please be aware that the CVS snapshot is guaranteed to be UNSTABLE and should not be used on a production site or if you are not willing to have to do some work at the code level. If you are looking for support, to ask a question or to check to see if issues have been raised by others - use the support link at the top right to access our support forums.
        
  2. An Open-Source Based Project Management System
    This web page is about the technical details of project-open and its developer community. This page is designed for software developers, administrators and users with certain technical background. project-open is a very complete online platform and already contains today many of the feature that are currently announced by many large international companies. We can provide these features thanks to the open-source nature of ]project-open[ that allows us to tap into thousands of many years of development time from other open-source projects such as OpenACS, AOLServer, PostgreSQL, CygWin, CVS, Postfix, Linux, Pound, Inno Setup, etc. project-open is an open-source based project management system. Functionality include internet collaboration and e-Rooms, discussion forums, Internet file storage, customer management (CRM), timesheet management, management accounting with profit & loss per project, basic human resources management (HR), provider & freelance database, search engine, reporting, translation workflow and many more.
       
  3. Open source or low-cost project management
    We're looking for an open source or low-cost Web-based project management tool. The most important feature we need is a decent calendaring system that will work with users from distributed groups that don't share an e-mail platform. We would like the kind of functionality Outlook provides for calendars and tasks in an Exchange environment, but without requiring that everyone use Outlook and Exchange. There are several free and low-cost project management and collaboration groupware tools, ranging from full-featured project management portals to simple task trackers, or software tool kits that interchange information and data files between open formats and Microsoft Project.
      
  4. Open Source Website Content Management System
    OpenCms helps to create and manage complex websites easily without knowledge of html. An integrated WYSIWYG editor with a user interface similar to well known office applications helps the user creating the contents, while a sophisticated template engine enforces a site-wide corporate layout. As true Open Source software, OpenCms is completely free of licensing costs. OpenCms is based on Java and XML technology. Therefore it fits perfectly into almost any existing modern IT infrastructure. OpenCms runs in a "full open source" environment (e.g. Linux, Apache, Tomcat, MySQL) as well as on commercial components .

  5. Free source project management
    Project management and engineering is a largely neglected aspect of free source development. Monty R. Manley addressed this issue in a recent article on linuxprogramming.com, but I have reservations about his particular recommendations. Nevertheless, it's an issue we need to tackle. Manley's article is very thought-provoking, and prodded me to give some thought to issues that have been at the back of my mind for a while. As a free source project lead myself (for gimp-print), I've had to face a lot of these issues. In my professional career, I've frequently been both a developer and release engineer, and I've developed some insights from this experience.
       
  6. Open-Source Project Management Software  
    Open-source based project management software announces the release of Version 3.0 of project-consulting . The new version runs with the free PostgreSQL database on both Linux and Windows, allowing SMEs to take advantage of Internet technology at zero license cost. The open-source based project-consulting project management solution has been designed for the specific needs of small and medium companies. Working with project-consulting allows you to perform your projects more cost-efficiently which leads to competitive advantages. The open-source idea is just beginning to gain momentum in the market for project management software and will ultimately revolutionize the market. We want to give our customers the chance to take advantage of these developments as soon as possible.
      
  7. The paradox of open source project management
    Leaders from three separate but related - and incredibly successful -- free/open source projects agree: If you want the project to move to the next level, let go and let the community take over. We asked Larry Wall, creator of Perl; Brian Behlendorf, the Apache Project leader; and Linus Torvalds, creator of Linux, for their thoughts on why this happens and how they and their projects have fared as a result. All of these projects are tied in some way to the great enabler: the Internet. They share synergy with it. All have contributed to the growth of the Internet, and the Internet has provided the medium that has allowed them to thrive. If the Internet is one extended machine network, Perl is the baling wire that has held it together. The Apache Server has come out of nowhere to dominate the Internet statistically. And Linux is probably the best-loved kernel of all time, whose popularity continues to surge.

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udya kiran
July 16, 2012
Requirements for hospital management system

how to gather the tools which will help us to develop a code for hospital management system