Redmine 5.0.5

Redmine 5.0.5


Redmine is a flexible open-source project management web application that helps teams to manage multiple projects, track time, and collaborate on documents. It is used by companies, universities, and governments to manage projects of all sizes, from small teams to large organizations. It is highly customizable and can be easily integrated with third-party tools, making it a popular choice for project management.

  • Customizable issue tracking: Create custom fields, issue statuses, workflows, and more to fit your team's unique needs.
  • Project management: Keep track of project schedules, deadlines, and milestones with Gantt charts, calendars, and time tracking.
  • Collaboration tools: Communicate with team members through forums, wikis, and notifications, and share files and documents.
  • Integration options: Integrate with other tools such as Git, Subversion, Jenkins, and more to streamline your workflow.
  • Multi-language support: Redmine is available in over 40 languages, making it accessible to teams around the world.

  • Software development: Redmine is a popular choice for software development teams to manage their projects, track bugs and issues, and collaborate on code changes. With integration options for version control tools like Git and Subversion, Redmine can help streamline the development process.
  • Project management: Redmine's customizable issue tracking and project management features make it a great option for any team looking to manage their projects more effectively. With Gantt charts, calendars, and time tracking, teams can keep track of project schedules and deadlines while also collaborating on tasks and issues.

To use Redmine, you will need to follow these steps:

  1. Install Redmine on your server or use a hosted solution.
  2. Set up projects and users in Redmine.
  3. Customize issue statuses, workflows, and custom fields to fit your team's needs.
  4. Create and track issues, bugs, and tasks.
  5. Collaborate with team members through forums, wikis, and notifications.
  6. Integrate with other tools like Git, Subversion, or Jenkins to streamline your workflow.

  • Written in Ruby on Rails
  • Uses a PostgreSQL, MySQL, or SQLite database
  • Open source under the GNU General Public License v2
  • Integrates with other tools through plugins or APIs
  • Can be installed on-premises or used as a hosted solution
  • Compatible with Linux, Unix, Windows, and macOS

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