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Project managing tools.

 
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Hi there,

hope this is the right forum for this question... at work, we need to adopt a tool, possibly and open-sourced one, to manage projects (resources, dead lines, scheduling of task and so on). Googling a bit, I found a lot of alternatives, but I'd love to hear about experiences of
someone who actually used a similar product.

Thanks for your help, guys.
 
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IMHO Redmine rocks (although upgrading can be sometimes really nasty because of Rails).
 
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Thanks, I'll give it a try.
 
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