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Project.net 9.0 Released

The final version of Project.net 9.0 is now available as an installation package from the Project.net page at SourceForge. An Evaluation Installer will be posted soon for those who want to easily install Project.net to perform an evaluation of the product.

Posted by dkassman 2009-03-31

Project.net 9.0, Release Candidate 2, available

Project.net 9.0, Release Candidate 2, is now available as an installation package from the Project.net page at SourceForge.

Posted by dkassman 2009-03-17

Project.net 9.0.0 (beta) Released

This release is a major inflection point for Project.net, and we think for project management applications in general.

We have worked with many customers over time, and we think we have found a common problem for our customers and our competitor's customers.... sustained adoption of these solutions. It can be very difficult to convince individual contributors to commit information to these systems in a sustained fashion.... read more

Posted by Ritesh S 2008-12-22

Project.net 8.4.0 Released

The newest production release of Project.net is now available for download from Sourceforge for both Apache Tomcat and BEA WebLogic application servers. This release contains a substantial combination of new features and bug fixes.

Features ¶
* Resource Management
* Assignable Forms, Iteration-1
* Install as non-root (default) application on Tomcat
* Introducing Tapestry 5.0 presentation Layer
* Introducing Ext2.0 AJAX widgets
* Improved Database Creation Scripts
* Remove Object-level Access Checks
* DB query performance improvements ... read more

Posted by dkassman 2008-08-20

Project.net v8.3 released

The newest production release of Project.net is now available for download from Sourceforge. This release contiains a substanial combination of new features and bug fixes.

Best Regards,

The Project.net Development Team

Posted by Ed Lee 2007-12-19

Project.net 8.2.1 available

Hello Everyone,

We are in the process of building the sourceforge site for Project.net. Until that is complete, you can grab the code from: www.project.net

Best Regards,

Ed

Posted by Ed Lee 2007-06-14