I championed OO/LO and got a strong response that claimed
it was "veery buggy." (the double "e" is from a quote).
I don't know...
On 3/15/11 9:38 PM, Simon Cropper wrote:
On 16/03/11 12:00, Bruce Carlson wrote:
Remember one of the things we all like about open source is the vast
of options we get.
Personally I use Libre Office, gnome planner, evolution, firefox,
for development I use .net studio on windows and mono on linux. I
+1, I can't agree more...
For project management I use...
- taskcoach: http://taskcoach.org/
- gnome time tracker: http://gnotime.sourceforge.net/
- gnome planner: http://live.gnome.org/Planner
- libreoffice calc: home-made spreadsheet
if I wanted gantt charts and other such things, there are
- taskjuggler: http://www.taskjuggler.org/
- openproj: http://openproj.org/
All in all there are quite a few alternatives around, even if you
still use Windows as your operating system.
As Bruce said, none need to be bundled with libreoffice per sa
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