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I am looking for Open Source Project Management Tool more for developers with features like Version Control (eg. GIT)

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Redmine comes to mind. It started as a Basecamp clone, but it now has a lot more features like source control integration (SVN, CVS, Git, Mercurial, Bazaar and Darcs).

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Looking at Redmine, it appears cluttered to me and are Issues Tasks/ToDos? – JM at Work Jul 1 '11 at 5:47

For an open source web app, I would suggest Trac. It even has a GIT Plugin. If you don't really care if it is open source and that somebody else is hosting it, I would highly suggest Github.

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I did try Trac, perhaps I missed something, but for authentication, I need to use Digest/Basic authentication which from my experience (with Apache Basic) it will prompt the user for login with no way of logging out except close the browser, I read? Also to add users, I will have to edit htpasswd manually? I suppose it will be similar for other forms of authentication? – JM at Work Jun 29 '11 at 5:28
@JM at Work: That is an Apache configuration issue. Trac itself does not do authentication trac.edgewall.org/wiki/TracAuthenticationIntroduction Apache supports a wide array of other authentication modules and user information sources. – Magicianeer Jul 16 '11 at 9:57

I suggest CodebaseHQ.

If you do sign up, make sure to sign up for their v4 Beta (check their blog for more v4 info)

Here are some screenshots of v4, however they are a bit out of date.

Note: I do not work for codebaseHQ, I am simply a very very happy customer :)

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