A look back at the tools Opensource.com covered in 2014 and 2015, with updates on new releases, notable new and improved features, and more.
The Tao Te Ching is one of the most-translated texts in existence. And it has something to teach project managers wishing to lead in open organizations, says Allison Matlack.
Learn more about the fully open source project management tool, OpenProject.
Interested in using a kanban board like Trello to help you manage your daily tasks and workflow, but want an open source option? We take a look at five free Trello alternatives.
Welcome to the Opensource.com weekly Top 5! Every week, I check out the stats and chatter to see what stories have been most popular with our readers this week: January 12 - 16, 2015
Taiga is an open source project management tool that aims to solve the basic problem of software usability. Learn about the history of Taiga and the innovative features this new project management tool offers.
Who doesn't know the challenges in complex project teams and organizations? Multiple projects need to be managed, often with various dependencies to other teams, partners, external suppliers or other parties. Different stakeholders require a different level of information. Questions arise and often... Read more
How an open source project is governed can matter just as much as the features it supports, the speed at which it runs, or the code that underlies it. Some open source projects have what we might call a "benevolent dictator for life." Others are outgrowths of corporate projects that, while open,... Read more
Deb Cinkus is the CEO of Polished Geek, a Raleigh, NC-based Joomla CMS web development company. Opensource.com community manager Jason Hibbets interviewed Cinkus about project management tips and open source project management tools during the 2013 All Things Open conference in Raleigh, NC. Read... Read more
In a recent training session, I discussed commitment gradients—how much extra effort is involved to move between each stage of involvement within a project. After the session I was asked for some examples of commitment gradients and how it’s possible to make them shallower, so it’s easier for... Read more