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tanisthalon
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OpenWorkbenchPortable_TEST

I have created a new portable version of OpenWorkbench (Open Workbench is a desktop application for project management and scheduling in which you can define a work breakdown structure, set dependencies and resource constraints, assign resources to tasks, auto schedule and then monitor progress).

I was looking at Windows Planner and Gantt Project, but this was something I had already toyed with. Not too sure if its 100% working. Basically rushed it out for Christmas as the other 2 where taking longer to work with. If it does do better than expected I will do a bit more work to it.

Features:

  • Directory structure is compatible to portableapps.com
  • Uses installed settings
  • Fancy splash-screen

The selfextracting archive can be downloaded from its current location.

The download link (4.54 MB):

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tanisthalon

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We've got some problems

Well, to start on a bad note Blum check the license.
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Removed link due to

Removed link due to license.......should of read it! Shame :(, was promising.
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Yeh

I had tried it and was fairly through it when I saw the license too. Sad
Oh well, plenty more out there. Smile
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I have posted a question on

I have posted a question on the OWB forum to hopefully look into this a bit more.
http://www.openworkbench.org/index.php?option=com_forum&Itemid=27&page=v...
You may need to be a member to view it though. Either way I will keep you updated.

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OK, great

Hopefully we can get something happening over there.
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Why does Open Work bench have such crazy license.

I don't think OpenWork Bench should have Open in the name, due to the crazy license...

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Hello - first post here,

Hello - first post here, although I've LOVED portable apps for a couple years now.

Anyway, I'm also interested in getting OWB in a portable app. I looked at the OWB site for a real license statement, but it wasn't immediately apparent to me. I looked at the FAQ mention of licenses, and it seems pretty vague.

Thanks,
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