[thelist] Project Management Software?

Jose Hurtado jlhurtado at gmail.com
Tue Oct 11 21:12:53 CDT 2005


If you use a Mac, I would recommend you consider PMX, is very user friendly,
affordable, and since is shareware you could try it first. I have used it
several times, and find it more than enough.

You could dowloand it from here:



Jose Hurtado
Web Developer
TrumpetDesign.ca <http://www.trumpetdesign.ca>

Date: Mon, 10 Oct 2005 07:35:04 -0500
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On Sun, 2005-10-09 at 23:38 -0700, Maximillian Schwanekamp wrote:
> Kinda late on the thread, but I recently revisited dotProject and I'm
> finding it a happy medium between something like Basecamp (simple) and
> something like MS Project (more power than I need).
> http://www.dotproject.net/

Has anyone else tried http://phprojekt.com ?

I briefly looked at most of the alternatives listed here, and settled on
that one, but the more I try to use it, the less polished it appears.

Joel Konkle-Parker

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