LibrePlan is a Web application for project planning, monitoring, and control. It is a collaborative tool to plan, monitor, and control projects and has a rich Web interface that provides a desktop-like user experience. All the team members can take part in the planning, which makes it possible to have real-time planning. It was designed for a scenario where multiple projects and resources interact to carry out the work inside a company. It makes it possible to communicate with other company tools, providing a wide set of Web services to import and export data.
SOGo is a very fast and scalable modern collaboration suite (or groupware). It offers calendaring, address book management, and a full-featured Webmail client along with resource sharing and permission handling. It also makes use of documented standards (IMAP, CalDAV, CardDAV, etc.) and thereby provides native connectivity (without plugins) to many clients such as Microsoft Outlook, Apple iCal, the iPhone, Mozilla Lightning, and a plethora of mobile devices via SyncML. It can reuse any existing email and database infrastructure, avoiding long hours of site restructuring.
Schoorbs is a system to make room and resource bookings through a Web 2.0 GUI. You can also interact with it through a REST API. It allows you to book rooms and resources grouped by areas. Activity can be logged via a simple logging interface. The code is automatically tested by several unit tests. The interface can easily be styled through the usage of a template system. Schoorbs produces valid XHTML 1.1 output, has packages for Debian and Ubuntu, and is well documented online.
eHour is a Web-based time registration tool for project-based businesses. The primary objective is to keep time tracking as simple as needed while still being very effective at measuring and reporting the amount of time your team spends on a project. eHour is available as a standalone version or a WAR file, which you can deploy in your existing environment. eHour is JVM (Java & Scala) based.
Kimai is software that tracks work time and classifies it. It tracks time and prints out a summary (time sheet) of your activities on demand. The reports can be yearly, monthly, daily, by customer, by project, or by action. Its interface is based on using a Web browser. You can install it as a Web service or as a single-user program on your local workstation. It is appropriate both for multiple simultaneous users or a single user. Kimai does not have to run to do the recording.
Webical is a Web application to view and edit multiple iCalendars. Its features include progressive enhancement, a plugin framework that can be used to enhance the GUI and the back end providers, pluggable authentication, and i18n. Dutch and English localizations are provided, and adding more locales is easy. You need a servlet container, such as Apache Tomcat, to run it.
Rapla is a flexible multi-user resource and event management system. It features multiple calendars, periods, conflict management, hierarchies, and fully configurable resource and reservation types. The primary target of the program was universities. It allows coordination beetween the lectures and the administration. It offers multiple ways to view the available resources and schedule the events. It started as simple room booking software, but in the last five years it has evolved into a fully configurable framework for event and resource management.
Horde Groupware Webmail Edition is an enterprise ready browser-based communication suite. Users can read, send, and organize email messages and manage and share calendars, contacts, tasks, and notes with the standards compliant components from the Horde Project. It bundles the separately available applications IMP, Ingo, Kronolith, Turba, Nag, and Mnemo. It can be extended with any of the released Horde applications or the Horde modules that are still in development, like a file manager, a bookmark manager, a forum, or a wiki.