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Project Management Software - Copper 2008

Copper is a Web-based project management software tool designed to help creative teams manage clients, projects, tasks, files, budgets, and events. It has an HTML/AJAX front end. It is available with full source for a licence fee or as a SAAS hosted service (compatible with iPhone, but available via PC/Mac/Linux and a Web browser).

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Recent releases

  •  12 Mar 2008 17:08

    Release Notes: The introduction of AJAX elements, an overhaul of front end elements and CSS infrastructure, and the addition of finite resourcing and the business 'defrag' tool.

    •  12 Mar 2008 17:08

      Release Notes: The introduction of AJAX elements, an overhaul of front end elements and CSS infrastructure, and the addition of finite resourcing and the business 'defrag' tool.

      •  01 Jan 2007 11:41

        Release Notes: The codebase was reworked. A new resourcing model is used. The interface was renewed. Timeline and calendar modules were added.

        •  24 May 2006 06:53

          Release Notes: The interface was refined by improving UI flow and hierarchy. A centralized language file is used. Task screens were consolidated. A new billing tab, a new Flash timeline, a new Springboard, a new multi-file upload feature, and a new calendar were added. New settings were added in admin. Minor tweaks were made throughout the software.

          •  20 May 2005 16:08

            Release Notes: This release adds a refined interface (reduced clicks, better usability), a Springboard view (overview of tasks, issues, recent activity), issues management, CRM-style contact reports, Dynamic Flash/PHP Gantt, refined permissions, results paging, iCal synchronization, email notification settings, customizable project-related settings, and more.

            Recent comments

            16 May 2004 16:25 clutchcargo

            Re: Categorization?
            I'll respect the rules, I'm not trying to be a category hog ;)


            I just want to make sure those who are looking for the software can find it (those in the sciences are close knit and tend to say things like "hey check out Copper, its built for bioinformatic research tracking".)

            14 May 2004 16:20 iax

            Re: Categorization?


            > Actually, a number of our customers are

            > involved in scientific/medical research,

            > and use Copper to manage such projects

            > and share documentation. Therefore as a

            > tool Copper should be justified in

            > residing in these sections.

            It seems to me that to be in those categories the software should have something targetted to those categories. If there is something that Copper does that relates to Bioinformatics, then its appropriate. I'm no category cop though, just trying to be logical.

            12 May 2004 17:43 jeffcovey

            Re: Categorization?

            > Actually, a number of our customers are
            > involved in scientific/medical research,
            > and use Copper to manage such projects
            > and share documentation. Therefore as a
            > tool Copper should be justified in
            > residing in these sections.

            No. I could write a tic-tac-toe game that's played by astronauts on
            their days off. That doesn't mean it should be filed under "Rocket
            Science".

            > I'll add these categories back in

            No, don't.


            Thanks,

            Jeff

            12 May 2004 17:16 clutchcargo

            Re: Categorization?
            Actually, a number of our customers are involved in scientific/medical research, and use Copper to manage such projects and share documentation. Therefore as a tool Copper should be justified in residing in these sections.


            Similarly, the software development and design industries are strong sectors for us, so Copper assists in the project management and document management for these customers, as well as providing its own well regarded php code-base for module development.


            I'll add these categories back in, however if there is still an issue please let me know.


            Thanks.

            25 Feb 2004 08:05 scoop

            Re: Categorization?

            > How does this project have anything to
            > do with the following topics?


            The extra categories have been removed.

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