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As of 22 September 2010, web2project v2.1 is officially released! You can download it from SourceForge now. For Project Managers, there are not a huge number of tangible improvements. This was mostly a cleanup release: The most important part is that now a User can add Tasklogs for people other than themselves. When you create […]

After a major cleanup of the structure and logic due to a handful of issues, v4.1 of the Project Importer is now available! You can download the latest version here: https://sourceforge.net/projects/web2project-mod/files/Project-Importer/ The purpose of the Project Importer is to allow users to import their project plans from other systems. Currently Microsoft Project and WBS Gantt […]

Generally, there are lots of ways, regardless of¬† your skills: If you’re a developer, we can always use a hand with debugging and integrating features and functions you may have built. If you’re a designer, you can lend your insight to give web2project a face lift. Despite the rounded corners, we still have a very […]

In my regular web browsing, I came across a great post from Sara J Chipps entitled “Your Code Sucks.” As she talks about deleting code that sucks and restarting from nothing, something sounded amazingly familiar: After some growth I encountered code that I thought sucked ever so often. At this point I wasn’t decimating¬†things all […]

If you’ve made it this far, you’ve probably already noticed that we relaunched web2project.net recently. While the old site was functional, it lacked some key functionality like blogging that motivated a change. If you have comments, feedback, find a broken link, would like to add to the FAQ, or just want to send us piles […]