This is a list of books currently on my To Read shelf... literally. I do not suggest or anti-suggest any of them at this time as I haven't read them yet.
This is not the home of dotProject or web2project. It is the home of CaseySoftware, LLC. Any dotProject support questions should be referred to their support forums.
As of 22 September 2010, web2project v2.1 is officially released! You can download it from SourceForge now.
For Project Managers, there are not a huge number of tangible improvements. This was mostly a cleanup release:
For Developers, we had a significant number of cleanups related to timezones, Gantt chart creation, and miscellaneous things here and there:
For anyone who might be interested, the big time sink during this release was of a legal nature. After the battle between WordPress and the Thesis theme played out and how the GPL could be interpretted, we investigated what it would take to change to a BSD-based license. The good news is that it will be possible - more to follow - and the bad news is the amout of effort involved.
Once again, some great community members stepped up and did a great job in reporting issues, testing fixes, and generally offering insight and sanity checks. Special thanks goes to opto and figgles.
In summary, we closed 38 issues including 3 crash-level issues, 20 minor issues, and 4 features. As always, these are just the formally reported issues and don't include smaller items that were reported via Twitter, the web2project forums, and other means. If you want to explore everything of interest, check out the web2project v2.1 Release Notes. And of course, if you're looking for ways to collaborate with us more easily, you should check out our web2project git repository.
* And yes, I always wait a few days to announce the releases in case we have to make a patch release. ;)