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Online projet manager

22 October 2008 - 02:00 PM

Hi guys,

I didn't know exactly where to post this, so I figured this would be the best place to gather some answers. Feel free to move it if you feel it belongs somewhere else!

Anyway, on to my question. I'm going to be working on a project with a team of 30+ people. Our mission is to call companies and steal money from them. Therefore, a sort of project management system would be very useful to easily send emails, keep track of which companies we have called and which ones we still need to call, where we stand in terms of money collected, how close we are to the deadlines, etc ...

I've already done some research and found some good sites such as http://www.basecamphq.com/ or http://www.planzone.com/en/ and http://www.actionmethod.com/ but I wanted opinions from anyone who has already had the chance to use any of them

Thanks in advance!

New categories are up on the website

20 October 2008 - 02:45 PM

Hi everyone,

We've made a slight modification to the website, more accurately to the Mods section, in order to make your research easier.

What we've done is completely rework the sections so that they are now the following:

  • Archived Mods: Modifications that were never completed but the author has released some sort of beta version for the public to download.
  • Beta Mods: Modifications that are currently being worked on and have released a public
  • Dead Mods: Modifications that never released a public beta and are no longer being worked on by the author.
  • Finished Mods: Modifications that are considered a finished or near-finished product by the author and will not have any other large updates.
  • Work In Progress Mods: Modifications that are currently being worked on but have not released a public version yet.

The downside is that all mod owners need to see which categories they are in, so for the next couple weeks (at most) it'll be quite hard to find all the mods in their correct category, but we are certain that this can only lead to better results for you as you search things.

I'd like to thank Rob38, community manager, for his work on rethinking categories and 2playgames for coding them and for all of his hard work on this site.

Feel allowed to give some feedback to all of us by posting in this thread, whether you like the new system or whether not.

cheers everyone