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Hey Fernando.. I also think the intregration would not be as much useful for
others as it would be for you.... not paying the price for it´s design...

What about DotProject <>?

Helmar Fernandes
Ubuntu Maverick Meerkat user

On 15 March 2011 12:06, Twayne <> wrote:

In news:ilmefm$5rj$,
NoOp <> typed:


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


I agree that Project Manager as it exists from Microsoft isn't really
something I'd want to see in Libre OR OO.o. t's a huge package and would be
a big step backward in some ways to make it part of the Suite for the few
people who would use it.

There are many alternatives avaiable, both free and pay-for that will do a
great job of project management, depending on what yhou want to get out of
it. Depending on what you need, Excel or Calc would even be usable for
project management; I've seen a few decent templates around for them.
Besides, I'm never found the MS Project Manager to be that good or that
userfriendly anyway. I live with it because it's the status quo and
"Microsoft" is a magic name to management here. That might be reasonable
too, considering the many levels of project management that existed here,
but that's another folly for another place.

Now, were TDF to take on creating a Project Manager, that might be OK. But
it looks like a lot of work that a lot of people wouldn't use rght away for
a lot of reasons.



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