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Any alternative to Microsoft Project Plan?

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Is there any open-source alternative to Microsoft Project Plan?

If possible give a direct link not just sourceforge.net

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Try this;

http://openproj.org/openproj

used it once to plan a 2 year project and it worked fine.

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Yup thanks a lot mate....
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Yup thanks a lot mate....
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