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An explanation of what Resource leveling is.

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I think the answer is "no", sorry. The closest thing is "planner", but not there yet. However, the new trend is web apps, such as manymoon that work great in Chromium on Linux. – Keith Jan 2 '11 at 0:21
@keith You sure that Planner is that advanced? I thought openproj had more features. – Tshepang Jan 3 '11 at 11:35
No, I don't think it is advanced. It's pretty basic. I didn't know about openproj, but now I see it looks pretty good. Except that it's written in Java.... ;-) – Keith Jan 3 '11 at 11:42

TaskJuggler is a FLOSS (GPLv2) project management software with resource leveling.

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Have you tried openproj? I have never used it myself, but that's the closest that I know of.

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Last updated in 2008? – Caleb Jun 2 '11 at 13:28

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