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TUTOS

TUTOS (The Ultimate Team Organization Software) is a groupware, ERP (Enterprise Resource Planing), CRM (Customer Relationship Management), and PLM (Project Lifecycle Management) suite that helps small to medium teams manage various things in one place. Its features include personal and group calendars, an address book, product and project management, bug tracking, installation management, test management, scrum management, a task list, notes, files, mailboxes, and useful links between all of the above.

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  •  27 Dec 2013 12:10

    Release Notes: This is a major release. As usual, the main focus was on fixing bugs. This release also adds updated bundled jquery and jqplot libraries, new user and history searches, testruns on tasks, updated burndown graphs and counter graphs, more information in appointment overviews, improved searches and overviews, improved customization, and authentication via Google ID (see the google_api subdir).

    •  29 Dec 2012 10:14

      Release Notes: New per-user and per-project config variables. Some initial pages supporting a mobile layout (using jQuery mobile). Bugs can require a target project/version for some specific states. Checks age / length and special characters for passwords. A lot of standardization and bugfixes, and many other changes.

      •  23 Dec 2011 12:52

        Release Notes: This is again a major release that summarizes all those changes that happened in the last year. It is much more customizable (adding fileds and references), updates some language files, and uses more and more Javascript on the client side. The tesmanager, bugtracking, and scrum modules are much more usable in the day to day work.

        •  28 Dec 2010 10:09

          Release Notes: This is a major release. TUTOS is now much more customizable. Features like adding notes or bugs can can now be enabled or disabled on a per-object basis (for users and/or teams). Support was added for PHP's mysqli driver. A lot of bugs were fixed.

          •  30 Mar 2010 19:12

            Release Notes: This release introduces two new modules: test management and scrum support. The third notable feature is the new enhanced menu system which is based on jQuery. Other changes are mainly the enhancement of many search forms and the ability for better customization.

            Recent comments

            13 Jul 2006 13:21 eptenke

            Database support -- go with postgres
            After having had difficulty installing tutos with mysql, I looked at the code and found that the SQL is postgres-oriented. The same SQL is used for all the different database engines, and the project as a whole is starting to have difficulties keeping up with the differences, it seems.

            A couple of examples are in order:

            1) I tried to introduce backticks around field names. Since there is no one place where the SQL is generated, I would have to modify all the field names throughout the project. This is now a necessity for getting MySQL to work, because of the introduction of the repeat keyword in MySQL 4 and 5.

            2) There is a "SELECT DISTINCT ON (alias) tablename" type of query in the bugtracking module. This is not valid mysql SQL. Again, this application seems to have been written for postgres with the hopes that it would just work for other DBs.

            These issues lost my confidence in this project. My recommendation is that if you do install this project, use postgres.

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