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I'm developing a website with a project management system built in. Unfortunately, I've noticed that with the current version of Drupal, the project module doesn't work.

Are there any alternatives/fixes? (aiming towards stability and future development)

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If you're into agile dev, may I suggest you give a try to pondscrum and help make it ready for D7 ? – vanz Apr 11 '11 at 20:03
mm, didn't really understand what is that? – Asaf Apr 12 '11 at 6:23
This is a Scrum module for Drupal 7. IMHO Scrum is the best way to manage a project efficiently nowadays. The maintainers need help with the dev so that it can be released ASAP. Does that makes sense for your question ? – vanz Apr 12 '11 at 7:31
Please clarify what sort of features you are looking for. For Drupal 7, your best bet might be to roll your own depending on what your needs are. – bkildow Aug 31 '11 at 18:43
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Open Atrium is not Drupal 7, pondscrum sounds interesting but it's in the first place trying to be compatible with Open Atrium which means it's also not meant for D7. It should have become a lot easier to roll your own with Fields in core, but I would need to verify that.

If you want stability, the project module would normally be your best choice at the moment since it's the module that is running projects on drupal.org. But the update...

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it took a bit of time to get use to (especially coming from ActiveCollab or Jira), but I'm using it to this day.. for small-medium projects it's pretty good – Asaf Feb 27 '13 at 10:58

I'm not sure what your requirements are; check out Open Atrium.

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Yes I know about this project and although it seems quite interesting, I'm afraid the Project Management module needs to be a part of the site - and not the entire deal. – Asaf Apr 11 '11 at 19:26

A module that may help you is the Project Management module.

Similar to the others mentioned, it is not yet stable for Drupal 7, but is well on the way.

It offers structured storage of projects, with tasks/tickets/timetracking in each.

See also the Storm module for Drupal 6, if you want to see a stable version.

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