I use Redmine for project management. Its not strictly project
management which I find to be the best part about it. So while most
of the people here at Wheaton College use it for assigning tasks and
what not, I get to use it for bugs, enhancements, and a way of
browsing my code repository. i wrote a blog post on my love of it.
2011/3/10 Eoghan Ó Carragáin <[log in to unmask]>:
> Not sure if it is exactly what you're looking for but Greg Pendlebury gave
> an impressive demo of Anotar  at the VuFind seminar last September. The
> Anotar site also lists similar software .
> All the best,
>  https://fascinator.usq.edu.au/trac/wiki/Annotate
>  https://fascinator.usq.edu.au/trac/wiki/Annotate/existing
> On 10 March 2011 20:18, Nathan Tallman <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
>> Hi Code4Libers,
>> I'm usually just a lurker on here (love to follow the threads and learn new
>> things), but I'm presently in need of some recommendations. Might I seek
>> collective wisdom of the list? There are two things I'm seeking tech
>> solutions for.
>> The first is web app/widget/AJAX similar that allows users to make
>> annotations on a web page, specifically finding aids in my case. I've
>> already taken a look at Marginalia, but the demo had problems in Google
>> The other thing I need is an easy to use project management application,
>> desktop or web. Does anyone have any favorites?
>> Thank you Code4Lib! I hope to one day have enough tech skills to attend
>> Code4Lib with pride! Right now, I'm about 2/3rds there ;)
>> Nathan Tallman
>> Associate Archivist
>> American Jewish Archives