This options was suggested Ticket/Project tracking system in the OWS Solutions list.
It's open source and seems to have all things you need:
RT is a battle-tested issue tracking system which thousands of
organizations use for bug tracking, help desk ticketing,
customer service, workflow processes, change
management, network operations, youth counselling and
I don't have personal experience with it, but it may be worth exploring.
On Mon, Oct 10, 2011 at 12:26 PM, Todd Grayson <firstname.lastname@example.org>
I'll start looking around. A combo of project workspace as well (job request jar and then project team portal).
We will need subversion/cvs infrastructure for managing mult-developer projects in parallel, as well as bug tracking, etc.
(subversion and content versioning system are well established code check in/check out repositories that most software developers will be familiar with)
On 10/10/2011 10:14 AM, Antonio Serna wrote:
I know there is a push to get the new NYCGA.CC site up soon.
In the meantime, Devin or anyone like to offer their advice on an open-source webapp that is project-building-centric. The following scenario was roughly sketched out. I would like to implement something for the Arts & Culture groups but possible all groups could use something with these project-centric features:
- person or group proposes project to system.
- project info goes onto database w/ # of volunteers and skills sets needed.
- community members join project.
- Once the a set number of members &/or skill join, the system emails all.
- steps to move project forward are then worked out and posted:
meetings/production phases/deadlines, are added.
P.s That's truly the next step forward for web apps. I mean how many times can you "like" a funny photo on facebook before you feel like you should be harnessing the power of the people to get amazing stuff done.