Author Archives: jeroen
After the hard work of Philippe Poumaroux to translate “LibrePlan, the missing manual” into a French edition, he also managed to create LibrePlan docker images. Currently we have just passed the 500 downloads! Thanks Philippe! And thanks to all those … Continue reading
We would like to extend a warm christmas wish to all users of LibrePlan, all over the world. And the same of course to all people who are not yet using LibrePlan for their project management work. May 2017 bring … Continue reading
Please join me in welcoming Paul as a new developer to the LibrePlan team.
In the upcoming 1.5 release of LibrePlan there will be a new icon on the front page and it’s for a full featured Issue and Risk log. Bot Issue and Risklog will be available as separate tabs within the Issue/Risklog … Continue reading
Last weekend there was a meeting with Phlippe Poumaroux, the French translator of the “Libreplan, the missing manual” book. He also showed the LibrePlan docker containers he developed and a great new way to test the gui using the Moonraker … Continue reading
LibrePlan, the popular open source project plannig application will have email notification functionality in the upcoming 1.5 release. We are very proud of this new and very user friendly piece of functionality and we will let you in on this … Continue reading
During the weekend of november 29th the yearly conference T-DOSE is happening again at the Fontys Technical University in the city of Eindhoven, the Netherlands. On Sunday November 29th, during a one hour talk from 12:00-13:00, Jeroen Baten, LibrePlan’s Global … Continue reading
Philippe Poumaroux has joined the LibrePlan team to start translating the succesfull book “LibrePlan, the missing manual” to the French language.
We are very happy and proud that we can anounce that Bjørn Vos will be the Global Sales Manager for the LibrePlan project. We are convinced that he can help our clients use LibrePlan in their organisations as best as … Continue reading
Please join me in welcoming Vova as a new developer to the development team.