[rt-users] project management vs. RT

Ian Clancy ClancyIan at cel.ie
Mon Oct 23 11:31:46 EDT 2006

I've been looking for a good web based project management tools also, 
see my earlier thread.
You can find a good summary of open source project management tools here 
http://proj.chbs.dk/ .
I would absolutely love it if someone built a project management tool on 
top of RT. I feel this would compliment RT, RTFM etc.. very well.

Ian Clancy
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Palle Girgensohn wrote:
> Hi!
> We use RT extensively for tracking requests et al. Now we need just a 
> few additional features, namely to handle time reports, planning of 
> programmers' resources; i.e. a simple but efficient project management 
> system. It must be web based.
> The ones we have looked are MS project <microsoft.com> (hard to set up 
> and generally an oversized beast for us) and dotproject 
> <dotproject.org> (questionably maintained and does not feel perfect 
> for us).
> The dream would be something that was integrated with RT, to reduce 
> redundance as much as possible. A project would be a ticket or a set 
> of dependent tickets.
> We would like
> - better overview of the "projects" (aka tickets)
> - Gantt charts of resources over time
> - developers should able to report time every day "time taken" for 
> projects
> I'd just like ask the list, how do you solve this? What are you using 
> to manage software development projects?
> Best regards,
> Palle Girgensohn
> Ping Pong AB
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