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Some time ago I watched these video casts, and I liked how the project was managed.

Is there a tool for linux similar to target process (target process's webpage)?
If not, what tool are you using for managing an agile project (linux, or cross platform)?


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Possible duplicate :… – Matthieu Mar 17 '11 at 12:54

Two that I have used in the past with great success are:

Both have free community versions.

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I use fogbugz. There is plugin for agile.

The Project Backlog (often called the "Product Backlog") is central to Scrum and Agile project management practices. It's essentially a feature wish list sorted by order of implementation. The Project Backlog Plugin allows you to manage a backlog without ever leaving the FogBugz grid view. You can assign a case an order in the backlog just by clicking on the case's "Backlog" column, and when the grid view is sorted by Backlog, a set of arrow controls appear allowing you to move cases up or down in the order with the click of a mouse.

P.S. fugbugz is free for students and 1-2 persons team.

Further more you may read about this topic on SO.

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Fogbugz is free for students and 1-2 person teams? Do you have a link for this? The only thing I was able to find listed $299 for one person. – jlnorsworthy Apr 1 '11 at 6:28
Here you go – lfx Apr 1 '11 at 7:40

There are really many choices for local Linux hosted issue trackers/schedulers. For personal projects, I am currently running Redmine (ruby runtime) using the Bitnami packaged stack for Windows, which made installation of the core product painless. I've added a few plugins, one of which is backlog functionality, and while a little crude, is effective. Other plugins have been somewhat problematic as I was evaluating it, especially in sorting out version dependencies.

An alternative I considered for locally hosted tracking of personal projects was Atlassian Jira (java runtime/container).

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