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bitbucket offers a free plan that allows you to have unlimited private and public repositories shared between 5 users maximum. You would need to use Mercurial or Subversion to manage the files though, but if you're familiar with source control tools it should be easy enough. Pros Unlimited space and repositories Integrates with other services (ex: with ...


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I've written a (very basic) front-end to AWeg's version of the copy script. You can use it here: http://asana.kothar.net It works for small projects, but at the moment I don't have any large ones to test it with - I suspect it will time out on the server, since it tries to do everything in one go. Sourcecode is available of course.


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One possible solution is to use a combination of Google Apps. Google Site for the public view and wiki Google Code for code sharing, issue tracking, tasks Google Docs for formal documentation Google Groups You can get very creative with this. Good luck.


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Regarding question no. 1, as per Trello's page on Privacy, Security and Data: Free... for how long? Trello is free forever. We may add pay-only features in the future, but everything that's free today will be free tomorrow and forever. Regarding question no. 4, it's subjective and thus not fit with the StackExchange policy on questions type. See ...


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I just went through an exhaustive search and trial of the tools out there (about two dozen or so) that include most of what you're looking for plus a few more, such as horizontal 'swimlanes' or pipelines. I was also looking for customizable columns, which is surprisingly rare, open RESTful APIs, integration with Google Apps, esp. gmail, built on a solid ...


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I agree with your friend about not dividing up into separate boards by type of job. With your examples such as 'Design ideas' etc, I think they really do fit naturally within different lists on the same Board. It's exactly the sort of usage that Joel demoed in multiple videos about Trello. The only thing I can think of, to help manage very long lists, is ...


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I have a free SVN account on a site called Unfuddle. Works great with both Eclipse and Visual Studio. They also provide GIT and Trac support. While their free plan is good enough for me, most of their plans look quite affordable if you have a team.


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I am using Beanstalk - they have a free plan and I like it. Some features included in all versions: Private Repositories - By default both Git and Subversion repositories are private. SSL Encryption Enables 128-bit SSL encryption over HTTP (HTTPS) for more secure checkouts and commits. Daily Backups Daily backups of all customer data.


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CodePlex About the CodePlex Site CodePlex is Microsoft's open source project hosting web site. You can use CodePlex to create new projects to share with the world, join others who have already started their own projects, or use the applications on this site and provide feedback.provide feedback. CodePlex Features CodePlex ...


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I'm a big fan of http://www.trackmyhours.com. They are always updating based on user requests, and since they aren't a huge player, the guys who run it seems to respond to feature requests quickly and efficiently. We currently manage 3 consultants, and 6 employees using the software, not sure if its effective for bigger teams than that... but definitely ...


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Have a look at trac as a issue/bug tracker tool, it is very similar to redmine (or so I have heard, never tried redmine). It supports integration with MediaWiki and SVN, which together is quite a powerful combination. Have a look at Things if you are looking for a personal todo list manager. It is the best todo manager out there, and well worth its cost.


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A primary candidate is SourceForge. Update: As at01 points out, SourceForge doesn’t have an integrated wiki. I believe it used to have Wikispaces integrated but that was apparently removed in July 2009. To further answer the question, this comparison table might help, although it needs verifying, because it is wrong in respect of the SourceForge wiki ...


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Project management software? a simple web app that maps tasks, people and time. You can try Redmine which has Gantt charts support.


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Unfortunately, you simply can't! Quote from Asana (source): Workspaces are self-contained: projects and tasks cannot move between Workspaces or be moved into Organization. I had to create the projects from scratch in the new workspace - but was obviously unable to preserve the projects trail of comments from the initial workspace.


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You might check out Evernote. It's usually not thought of as a "project blog" but it meets all the requirements you list. You can link notes in Wiki style You can permission access to notes You can share notes publicly or privately Evernote also just launched their business version which might provide some additional features to help manage your work ...


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The last company I worked for used redmine hosted at https://www.hostedredmine.com/. Looking into it now, it appears it's actually a third-party service. Redmine's wiki lists a couple other alternatives: BitNami Cloud Hosting makes it easy to host your own Redmine installation in the Cloud. It provides automatic backup and monitoring and allows you to ...


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Assembla, even in free plan, can offer Any amount of "Spaces" (collection of Assembla tools with tight integration between them) Any amount of independent SVN-repositories (they have 1.8 already) in every single space Rather good bugtracking Messaging for team's communication Ability to use external SVN-repositories inside Assembla spaces ("External ...


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Actually you can move projects between workspaces with some work. This is not my solution and original credit goes to MhdHejazi With some testing, it seems that Aweg's fork here works: https://gist.github.com/AWeg/5814427 You'll need to be comfortable with PHP and have your own hosting account. I was able to easily transfer projects from one workspace to ...


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I'm not sure if it fully fits your needs, but have you checked pivotal tracker? See here: http://community.pivotaltracker.com/pivotal/topics/using_pivotal_to_manage_scrum_environment I've used it and quite enjoyed it, but I'm not doing pure "by the book" SCRUM


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I found my own answer after playing around with pivotal for a while. Log in to pivotal tracker Select Project Project Select Menu Project | Export CSV Select You will be brought to new page: Options (tick as required for my requirement I left all 3 ticked). All Done Stories All Current/Backlog Stories All Icebox Stories


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Being a big fan of productivity, I would recommend toodledo.com. While it's primarily a task management tool, it can be used for Project Management. Probably not for managing a complex software development, but perfect for a wedding. From the budget point of view, you can use the Notebook feature to track associated costs. The Notebook also includes a ...


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you could look at Zoho Projects it comes with the following features : My Projects My Tasks My Bugs My Milestones My Work Calendar My Timesheet My Meetings And is free so should work for you it also has the ability to start a forum thread so you have discussions too.


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I'd recommend using a couple of highly-focused, best-of-breed, online apps/sites together as we've found it to be highly productive, we're using a mixture of Trello, Dropbox and a custom in-house app for managing different aspects of our projects. Conversations: I can't speak to Basecamp as we've never used it, the conversation aspect is the one we need ...


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Have peek at Gemini and see if it meets your requirements: Has a planning board You can import quickly using the Excel/CSV based import wizard Has rich text editor as per your requirements You can tune to suit what you need through it's use of Project Templates Hope this helps.


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You can see their workload by selecting only their cards using the search/options tool in the right-hand sidebar. As far as their capacity, You could potentially add a board to specfically manage that metrics. AFAIK, there is no way to store that in trello; if that is an important aspect of how you are using trelly, there may exist better tools. I suggest ...


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Google Groups will allow you to send emails to any number of people. Those people can elect to receive each email, or a daily digest. Groups can be invite-only, and you can prevent other group members from sending email if you wish. The emails are always viewable online later. If you always reply to the same subject line, they will be readable in one long ...


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While it may not do all you want, you might be interested to check out Trello, which can be used for a variety of purposes. It can be used to assign people to projects, all them to add notes to them, etc. Plus it could be used for as a basic workflow system. The system is more of a SaaS kind of offering, than something you can download and install. Oh, ...


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Scope is effectively constrained by what you can see on the screen in a Trello board view. To maximize scope for a collaborative project, or to figure out when the board has reached a threshold that requires splitting it into two or more, the following approach may be helpful. [Note that boards can be copied and cards can (now) be moved to other boards.] ...


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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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You have the famous SourceForge as already stated by Mike. You also have Codeplex, hosted by Microsoft (no restrictions on languages or tools though). You have java.net for Java world only (don't know in which language your project will be written). Then, as you didn't state the solution has to be free, you also have the good Jira Studio from Atlassian. ...



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