Project Manager for Linux: Mr Project

Project Manager for Linux: Mr Project

Post by Matthew Gardine » Fri, 24 May 2002 04:07:51



http://www.gnomedesktop.org <-- Keeps a good record of its development

http://mrproject.codefactory.se/ <-- Homepage

It seems that contry to certain people, who will remain nameless, the
issues of application availability for the enterprise is being addressed.

Matthew Gardiner

 
 
 

Project Manager for Linux: Mr Project

Post by Matthew Gardine » Fri, 24 May 2002 05:34:15





>>http://www.veryComputer.com/ <-- Keeps a good record of its development

>>http://www.veryComputer.com/;-- Homepage

>>It seems that contry to certain people, who will remain nameless, the
>>issues of application availability for the enterprise is being addressed.

>>Matthew Gardiner

> It's a joke....

> Come back again in 5 years when it is done and then we will talk.

Did I state it was ready, NO! read the *ing post.

Matthew Gardiner

 
 
 

Project Manager for Linux: Mr Project

Post by Eric W. Sarjean » Sat, 25 May 2002 01:45:57



> It seems that contry to certain people, who will remain nameless, the
> issues of application availability for the enterprise is being addressed.

This app is awsome! It meets minimal project planning requirements (Gnatt
charting and resource allocation). In this current incarnation it's
simplier than MS Project, while not quite as "clickable" it's certainly
good enough to do some planning.

--

"Sitting on a cornflake waiting for the van to come."  - Beatles

 
 
 

Project Manager for Linux: Mr Project

Post by mjt » Sat, 25 May 2002 02:50:55


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> http://www.gnomedesktop.org <-- Keeps a good record of its development

> http://mrproject.codefactory.se/ <-- Homepage

> It seems that contry to certain people, who will remain nameless, the
> issues of application availability for the enterprise is being addressed.

> Matthew Gardiner

cool, here's a couple places to go:

Project Management Software
http://www.infogoal.com/pmc/pmcswr.htm

Call Center, Bug Tracking and Project Management Tools for Linux
http://linas.org/linux/pm.html

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Project Manager for Linux: Mr Project

Post by Paolo Ciambott » Sat, 25 May 2002 05:28:05



> http://www.gnomedesktop.org <-- Keeps a good record of its development

> http://mrproject.codefactory.se/ <-- Homepage

> It seems that contry to certain people, who will remain nameless, the
> issues of application availability for the enterprise is being
> addressed.

> Matthew Gardiner

My favourite project management package....

http://www.sysi-software.de/

With built-in capabilities like Monte Carlo schedule simulation that's
only available for MS Project as an extra cost after-market add-in. Hard
to compare a toy like MS Project to a professional tool like AUX RDP.

 
 
 

1. Secure Linux Project/ Exokernel Project???

Okay, Okay, I was reading on secure OS's, and the idea of secure
operatiing systems.
        So I had this idea, how about starting the SECURE LINUX project.
Trusted Mach has been in development for a while, so why not a trusted
linux??
        If we implement it as a exokernel, then it would allow use to 'glue'
several OS interfaces on top, such as 'Linux'..
        Linux would take a certain performance hit, but I believe we can  make
it so that it is still faster than NT, and WAY more secure.

        Anyway, this is JUST AN IDEA, so no flames, just constructive comments.

        It would be cool if we could document it and design it well enough to
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        Anyway, over the summer, I'll try an lay out the necessary Monitors and
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        -Daniel Joyce

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