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On 14-Mar-11 21:13 PM, NoOp wrote:
On 03/13/2011 01:51 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 guys
could take it and transform it into a Project Manager module of LibreOffice,
increase of adoption would rise up to the skies.

Your post might be better on the discuss list. That said, why do you
seem to think that LO needs a 'Project Manager' module?

While I think the:
LibreOffice is the free power-packed Open Source personal productivity
is too broad reaching, I don't really think that 'Project Manger' fits
the bill as a requirement, or even 'Wish list' module.

Microsoft Project Standard 2010
is a $600 package.
Microsoft Project Professional 2010
is a $1,000 package

Notice that
does not include 'Project Manager'.

So again, why do you seem to think that LO needs a 'Project Manager'
module? Just fork out the $$ for Microsoft Project&  off you go.


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