[OSGeo-Discuss] project management software (foss) for GISprojects
marco.lechner at geographie.uni-freiburg.de
Tue Aug 5 00:16:10 PDT 2008
You also could try dotproject as PM:
dorProject is an ordinary Project Management Software. What special
features, in general, should a PMS have to support GIS-projects?
Gavin Fleming schrieb:
> Good general purpose FOSS (Java) project management tool is
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> [mailto:discuss-bounces at lists.osgeo.org] On Behalf Of maning sambale
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> Thank you for your reply. The versioning for postgis seems a good one.
> However, what I'm looking for is a general purpose PMS for planning,
> coordinating GIS projects.
> I'll try postgis versioning though. Thanks!
> On Tue, Aug 5, 2008 at 9:44 AM, Alex Mandel <tech_dev at wildintellect.com>
>> maning sambale wrote:
>>> I'm looking for a FOSS PMS for managing GIS projects. Are there any
>>> you can recommend? I'm looking at trac, it's primarily for managinf
>>> software projects. Is there anybody here who have used it for
>>> managing GIS projects?
>> Trac/svn really isn't a good option since it would keep copies of
>> version of the binary. Poking around a little I found something based
>> versioning of Postgis data.
>> Maybe that's more what you're looking for, it would track individual
>> http://www.dotproject.net/changes within your spatial layers.
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