Project management software is not just for managing software based project. It can be used for variety of other tasks too. The web-based software must provide tools for planning, organizing and managing resources to achieve project goals and objectives. A web-based project management software can be accessed through an intranet or WAN / LAN using a web browser. You don’t have to install any other software on the system. The software can be easy of use with access control features (multi-user). I use project management software for all of our projects (for e.g. building a new cluster farm) for issue / bug-tracking, calender, gantt charts, email notification and much more.
Obviously I’m not the only user, the following open source software is used by some of the biggest research organizations and companies world wild. For e.g. NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory uses track software or open source project such as lighttpd / phpbb use redmine software to keep track of their projects.
New Delhi resident Raj Mathur is living proof that a Free and Open Source Software advocate can earn a decent living working with clients who are using or planning to use FOSS. Raj has also been a member of the Open Source Initiative board of directors and is a leading member of his local Linux users group.
(Video: FOSS consultant Raj Mathur )
=> Indian GNU/Linux advocate and independent FOSS consultant Raj Mathur (video).
Excellent news, now you can get FreeBSD support directly from Freebsd community.
The FreeBSD project is finally, after much work, pleased to announce the availability of an official FreeBSD web based discussion forum. This forum will serve as a public support channel for FreeBSD users around the world and as a complement to fine mailing lists.
=> FreeBSD forum
Dunnington is Intel’s first multi-core CPU – features a single-die six- (or hexa) core design with three unified 3 MB L2 caches (resembling three merged 45 nm dual-core Wolfdale dies), and 96 KB L1 cache (Data) and 16 MB of L3 cache. It features 1066 MHz FSB, fits into the Tigerton’s mPGA604 socket, and is compatible with the Caneland chipset. These processors support DDR2-1066 (533 MHz), and have a maximum TDP below 130 W. They are intended for blades and other stacked computer systems.