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looking for a 'software-project-management' framewrok

 
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Hi there,

Can anyone advise on a 'software-project-management' tool/framework?

I heard of Trac and learned that it is associated with subversion. Wonder if anyone knows a better alternative or suggest to use this one.

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What would you expect it to do?
 
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something like this:

* code development
* mile stones
* schedules
* meetings notes (requirements, spec, extensions)
* budget
* modules assignment
* bug fixing, patches
* due dates

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