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dotProject is a web-based, multi-user, multi-language project management application.

This software tool is written in PHP and aims to be a best-of-breed project management system. Rather than a generic container approach like a Content Management System or groupware application, dotProject is designed to be a generic project management tool. The software is not intended to be a project planning tool, but serve as an information gathering and progress reporting tool.

dotProject aims to provide the project manager with a tool to manage tasks, schedules, communication and sharing.

This software is used in a large range of applications and environments, from small offices, the self-employed trying to organise their workload, multi-national companies, government departments, not for profit organisations, academic institutions and more.

dotProject was awarded's Project of the Month, April 2009.

 dotProject 2.1.8

Free to download



Adam Donnison, Gregor Erhardt, Karen Chisholm, Ivan Peevski, Benjamin Young, Eamon Brosnan


System Requirements
MySQL 4.1 or higher
Apache 1.3 or higher

Support Sites:
Demo, Documentation, Forums, SourceForge Project Page

Selected Reviews:, Bright Hub

Features include:

  • Data elements and management functions including: Projects / Tasks, Companies / Departments, Contacts, ToDo lists, Resources
  • Track dates and sort tasks by date
  • Track contact information and assign
  • Hierarchical Task List
  • Instant Color Coded Progress
  • Forums
  • Gantt charts
  • Report generation
  • Access control via ACL
  • Reporting and time logging
  • History of all activities
  • Calendar
  • Troubleshoot ticketing system
  • Invoicing
  • Project Designer allows changes with regard to multiple projects and tasks
  • Resource Based Permissions

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