[ajug-members] Open Source Project Managment Tool
bjorng at gmail.com
Tue Feb 7 15:43:08 EST 2006
We used XPlanner a little at my last job. It was pretty simple to use, and
worked for us even though we didn't follow an XP methodology. Superficially
it looks like it's highly tuned to XP, but you can use it with other project
Right now we're looking for a similar tool at my current job. So far,
JIRA<http://www.atlassian.com/software/jira/>has bubbled up to the top
of our list. As I understand it, that's not a free
product, though it is open-source. I don't know about the licensing terms,
but I've used it in the past and it is a good product for project/task
I'm also interested to hear what others have tried, and what was good/bad
On 2/6/06, Travis Bailey <mail at travisbailey.com> wrote:
> I am looking for an open source solution for handling lite project
> management tasks...
> Ideally something that flows well with a scrum/agile development style.
> I kinda like the looks of Trac (http://projects.edgewall.com/trac/) and/or
> XPlanner ( http://www.xplanner.org/)
> Given some of the recent feedback going across the group I thought I would
> get some feedback from the group regarding these tools.
> Anybody use them and/or recommend another?
> Travis Bailey
> * Software, Photography, Real Estate*
> *www.travisbailey.com *
> 404.664.7782 (c)
> "Not to be absolutely certain is, I think, one of the essential things in
> rationality." - * Bertrand Russell (1872 - 1970)*
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