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Open Source Project Management Done Right!

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Just received the files with the French translation of the LibrePlan book. A few more weeks to get this into printable form and then the book will be available!
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Bjorn and me discussing the new LibrePlan features
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Me doing a talk about LibrePlan at this years T-DOSE conference.
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There is a lot going on. Email messaging feature, issue/risk log and a global pipeline.
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Renater, France’s research and education telecom network, is probably the first public administration outside of Spain to use +LibrePlan Open Web Planning  an open source project management solution, assumes +Jeroen Baten  involved in the tool’s development. The French network connectivity agency started using LibrePlan in early 2014, says Baten.
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Definition backed by scientists

Sweden’s governmental procurement specialists at Statens inköpscentral are fine-tuning the list of ICT standards that public authorities may use as mandatory requirements when procuring software and ICT services. The procurement agency is working with standardisation specialists at the University of Skövde, to check which ICT standards are truly open.
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The business cards are in: 
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LibrePlan 1.4.1 has been released!

LibrePlan, the popular and feature complete project management application, version 1.4.1 has been published with the features contributed to the project since our last release.

First of all, we want to thank all the people and organizations that have made this new version possible. Among them, we would like to specifically mention Oscar Gonzalez Fernandez for all his hard work 
on the project. But also Philippe Poumaroux and Martin van Middelkoop for their patches and Kent Thoresen for contributing the Norwegian Bokmal language.

This release is mainly a bug-fix release of the LibrePlan 1.4 release branch with over 39 small fixes (and 1 new language).

Norwegian Bokmal has been added as a new language. This means LibrePlan is now available in 14 languages.

Besides these main topics many fixes have been included for the issues reported and, as usual, it is possible to test the new version on-line at http://demo.libreplan.org

Or to download it and to read more information in the release notes. 
Our popular book “LibrePlan, the missing manual” still mentions 1.4.0 on the cover. But since there are no outward changes the book still applies. 

We hope you enjoy the application!

Useful links:
Main project site: www.libreplan.com
Sourcecode: https://github.com/Igalia/libreplan
Emailadress: info@libreplan.com
Book “LibrePlan, the missing manual” (available at www.lulu.com) : http://goo.gl/UswHSk

About LibrePlan: LibrePlan is a collaborative tool to plan, monitor and control projects and has a rich web interface which provides a desktoplike user experience. All team members can take part in planning and this allows for a real-time planning with clear overview of tasks, deadlines, milestones and resource utilization. LibrePlan  is open source and you can download, install and customize it for free.
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We are currently working hard on getting release 1.4.1 out the door. 
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