On 3/13/11 4:51 PM, Fernando Hildebrand wrote:
I think LibreOffice is really great, it´s almost a complete alternative to
similar products as M$Office. But to achieve complete replacement I
strongely believe there´s only one thing missing: A integrated project
How about OpenProject? It's free, although I'm not too sure about the
integration you want. I think not.
The features and interface are said to be similar to MS Project and
may be a free interim solution until LibreOffice has the resources and
time to produce a Project Planner.
Have you tried OP and, if so, did you find any problems? I've only just
to experiment with it and haven't worked with MS Project, so I may be
misguided in my recommendation.
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