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Re: Handling data flow diagrams and system flow charts



I recently heard about an application that is supposedly an open-source equivalent of Microsoft project. It is called project libre.  However, I do not know how accessibilities. I have not tried it yet. You may find that it is full of features that you cannot use due to accessibility issues. 

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On Feb 9, 2013, at 6:19 PM, Christopher Chaltain <chaltain@gmail.com> wrote:

> On 09/02/13 17:22, Daniel Dalton wrote:
>> On Sat, Feb 09, 2013 at 12:30:37PM -0600, Alex Midence wrote:
>>> Hmm.  Would your class take kindly to an automated approach.  There's a web
>>> application based on Ruby called Redmine which is a project management
>>> application.  It makes gant charts and things for you automatically based on
>>> time spent on a given project.  I can't make head or tail of them, of
>> 
>> Probably not, but I'll definitely keep it in mind for assignments etc. 
>> 
>> I suppose this is similar to what Microsoft access could do? 
>> (Just gotta find a linux alternative for that now)
> 
> Do you mean Microsoft Project? MS Access is an all purpose database
> application.
> 
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> Christopher (CJ)
> chaltain at Gmail
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