We use Confluence at PCC/TSS which is on par with most wikis and has
version control for files built in. It doesn't have a popular version
control such as CVS/SVN/GIT built in, but it works well and is easy to
use. If anyone wants to look at it go to spaces.pcc.edu and I can show
people around since I'm one of the admins or you can just look at the
public stuff (which isn't very exciting).
At PSU/OIT we use PBWorks (it's pretty terrible as far as being user
friendly). It's pretty bad, especially for something that is
On my own some friends of mine and I have Trac with Subversion setup
on my own website. Trac is my favorite by far. Redmine looks
comparable. It's nice to have integration with svn or git.
I've considered tidying up the PSAS wiki, but for now it's too close
to what I'm doing all day at work. If anyone wants any pointers I'd be
glad to help, but I'm not up for lone wolfing it... =P
btw, Sorry for spamming some of you. Looks like I sent this from the
wrong email and it bounced back.
On Wed, Feb 23, 2011 at 1:06 PM, Benjamin Kaplin <ben...@gmail.com> wrote:
> I am interested in getting us onto a project management suite (for
> resumé padding purposes etceteras plus also wiki = yucki).
> The ROV team uses Redmine, and from the little bit that I've spent
> poking around in it, adding tasks, assigning tasks to myself etc, it
> looks like the bees knees.
> Does anyone have any input on this?
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