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2011/3/13 Onyeibo Oku <>

Thats another way of telling people to use KDE.  Taskjugger pulls in KDE
packages which colours other DEs.  I think LO uses GTK ... what is wrong
with Planner?

I didn´t quite get the thing of telling people to use KDE. Aside that, I
don´t know what LO is build upon, that´s why greping the core of TJ would
make building module for LO easier. Whatever KDE or Gnome or Unity, if LO
comes with a project manager, to me is a plus.

Nothing wrong with planner, I think it does what is meant to do, it´s easy
and that´s good, only thing is that planner misses some features to higher
requests, eg: Accounts, use of third parties contracts with fixed rate,
like, I hire a gardner, he tells me he will charge U$300,00 and will do the
work in 2 weeks, now try putting that on planner.

On 03/13/2011 09:51 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

I´ve searched for a lot of replacements, planner, kplato, etc... But it
seems to me that the best foundation comes from TaskJuggler.

TaskJuggler itself is more of a engine than a WYSIWYG. If the developer
could take it and transform it into a Project Manager module of
increase of adoption would rise up to the skies.


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