On Thu, 29 Sep 2005, Justin Mason wrote:
> oh, calendaring, a little trickier ;)
>> I think you need to break that requirement up.
>> - On the one hand, you have calendars, OpenGroupware style.
>> - On the other, you want Gantt charts, I'd guess?
The "planner" application is reasonably good for project /planning/
(as opposed to management). It's far from perfect, but it's good
enough that slightly hacked versions of planner's HTML export keep my
It also apparently has the ability to work in a collaborative mode,
with the project state stored in a database backend (rather than a
local XML file), though I've never used it in this way.
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