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Old 11-20-2009, 11:47 AM
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Hi every one,

Having never found the Project Management Tool of my dreams, I started developing my own.

I would like to know what you would expect from a Project Management Tool.

My main ideas are :
Technique :
- Free (open source)
- web based
- easy to set-up - not having to spend hours or days to set it up
- easy to extend (such as a Framework)
- Access restriction and visibility limit depending on user's profile
- quick and ergonomic
Functionalities :
- Multi Projects management
- Definition of activities
- Definition of resources
- Assignment of resources to projects and / or activities
- Bug tracking (or any ticket like follow-up)
- Milestones definition
- Planning (gantt presentation)
- Resources work follow-up (with planning update)
- Risk Management Plan
- Project documentation management
- Meetings follow-up
- Mettings automatic preparation ?

What functionality would be included in the Projet Management Tool of your dreams ?
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