[ale] M$ Project replacement?
billm at atomo.com
Wed Nov 25 09:43:16 EST 1998
I've never used it myself, but there is a java-based multi-user graphical
project management tool called wproj at http://www.wproj.com
they've got a downloadable demo ( 30 day ), and checking it out would
certainly be better than using the tools of the evil empire.
On Wed, 25 Nov 1998, Chris Ricker wrote:
> On Wed, 25 Nov 1998, Todd Graham Lewis wrote:
> > On Tue, 24 Nov 1998, Nomad the Wanderer wrote:
> > > StarOffice is acting nicely, however I can't find a replacement for
> > > M$ Project to do project planning, etc. Any thoughts?
> > Two of them:
> > 1) Gantt charts are evil; rebel!
> > 2) Write a replacement using that dream development environment which
> > is GNOME! (www.gnome.org)
> Depending on what aspects of "project planning" you use MS Project for,
> Think (http://www.duke.edu/~pat4/think/) might do what you want. And yes,
> it's part of GNOME. I doubt it's what you want (it's more of a note / idea
> organizer, kinda like a really old program Norton used to make before they
> got into utilities), but it's the only Linux app I know of which bills
> itself as a Project replacement.
> Chris Ricker kaboom at gatech.edu
> chris.ricker at m.cc.utah.edu
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