Aurelien Bompard wrote :
- eGroupware is interesting, it's PHP-based, but many people find
interface confusing. It's not developed by a single company.
I just installed this one internally for my company, but...
- It required PHP5 to function properly (no big deal, but still)
- When authenticating against LDAP, the entire "groupware" sense is
lost, since users can not automatically see all the other LDAP users
in their eGroupWare addressbook...
All in all, it looks good, it's practical for individuals, but doesn't
make any sense when trying to make it scale for collaborative tasks,
I'm still looking for a good collaborative project management, bug
tracking, time tracking etc. suite that plays nice with LDAP (FDS)...
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