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Are there any open source Pivotal Tracker clones that people have experience using or think might be good, with essentially the same features?

Key features are:

  • Automatically popping tasks out of a certain time window, based on complexity, dragging based priority and number of tasks estimated possible to do, based on actual past progress.
  • One view with (preferably split by this sprint, next sprint, and later tasks)
  • Projection of future iterations and release dates
  • The User story, Minimum Viable Product focus
  • Simplicity
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There are a few out there... none that I would call a clone exactly. I'll list off some good alternatives that I'm aware of though.

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May I suggest adding Fulcrum to that list? – crazysim Aug 23 '11 at 6:17
Fulcrum looks really good. I'll download it and give it a try. Thanks for the tip crazysim. – Mike Keller Aug 31 '11 at 1:24

Not open source but complete free and unrestricted - try Review19.com

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