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Category: Team

The news items published under this category are as follows.


 Team: New Forum Environment
 
 
Apr 20, 2005 - 12:04 AM :: Karen :: 7072 Reads


 
 
 Team: Contacts, Module & Translation Owners
 
 
Apr 19, 2005 - 03:31 AM :: Karen :: 7964 Reads
General NewsThis page outlines the contact details for all the module and translation owners associated with dotProject.

If you have specific programming updates or details about any of these items you might like to contact the owner.

DO NOT USE THESE CONTACTS TO ASK FOR ANY SUPPORT QUESTIONS. USE THE SUPPORT FORUMS. READ THE POSTING RULES THERE FIRST. USE THE SEARCH FEATURE.

This is not a difficult distinction - if you are offering updates or translations - then use these links. If you are asking why something does not work for you - then use the support forums.

DO NOT UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCES WHATSOEVER, NO MATTER HOW MUCH YOU BELIEVE YOU CAN / SHOULD / HOW IMPORTANT YOU AND YOUR PROBLEM MAY BE TO YOU SEND THE SAME EMAIL TO MULTIPLE ADDRESSES ON THIS LIST.

If people continue to abuse this very simple request then we are going to be forced to remove these contact points. Unfortunate, but some people seem to think that requests of this nature are obviously not intended for them.

 



 
 
 Team: Confirm Contact Access Understood
 
 
Apr 19, 2005 - 03:25 AM :: Karen :: 7712 Reads


 
 
 Team: The Team
 
 
Jan 08, 2004 - 10:51 AM :: Admin :: 19919 Reads
General NewsFor better or worse, there are always a number of perpertrators to an act. In our case, the dotProject team is made of a rag-tag team dedicated, over-worked, under-paid and vaguely frazzled bunch of professionals from around the world.

For more about them: Dev Team

 
 
 Team: dotProject
 
 
Mar 12, 2003 - 12:00 AM :: Admin :: 308395 Reads
General NewsOriginally commenced in 2000 by dotmarketing.org, dotProject was developed as a state of the art Project Management tool from the start.

The original theme (still available in the first release of 2005) flagged dotProject as an open source alternative to Microsoft products and other expensive, commercial applications.

Right from the start, dotProject had, as it's core aims a number of simple requirements:

* Clean, simple and consistent user interface;

* Project Management functionality - not another CMS, groupware environment or all things to all people collaboration tool, but a project management environment;

* Open source / open access / free usage.

And right up until the current day, these aims remain the core aim of the current administration team.

Sure, we still have some functionality that is required, but over the years, dotProject has undergone some formidable updates, additions and code changes and we fully intend to keep that activity up, with the ongoing support of our user community.


 
 

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