For the ones who actually intend to accomplish something, it’s the art of doing more things with less resources in the most efficient way.
And all it really takes is an Excel spreadsheet and good people skills.
Items of Note:
|Jun 21||Merlin||a pretty competent-looking app, said to be better than OmniPlan (but a tad more expensive)|
|Jun 14||Projector||Somewhat ugly, but has an iPad version|
|GanttProject||Freshly updated to 2.x. Java based, with all the evil that implies, but usable. Has a very annoying (and ugly) logo on the Gantt view.|
|Teambox||A bit too Web 2.0 for my liking. Can be set up in an intranet.|
|Nov 10||OmniPlan||Still a tad too expensive.|
|Sep 17||Torch||A web-based project management app with some nice twists|
|May 11||OpenProj||a free Open Source Project clone|
|BaseCamp||Web-based project management (apparently) done right|
|SharedPlan||cross-platform applications and a PM server|
|Redmine||a Trac-like project management application implemented in Ruby on Rails that includes Gantt charts, time tracking, file sharing, a Wiki with Textile markup and Mercurial support. Although development-oriented, it stands to reason that it should be usable as a generic PM tool.|