recommend me project-management tool

I don't think it can get any easier than Basecamp! It was Rails before
Rails was cool.

http://www.basecamphq.com/

Actually, Basecamp is what gave us Rails.

As you specified Rails, then yes Basecamp is very good. There’s also Lighthouse: http://lighthouseapp.com/

However, if you can get past the Rails limitation, I would also highly recommend Trac (
http://trac.edgewall.org/)

Trac is free, you set it up on your own server. Basecamp and Lighthouse are pay-to-use services.

Jason

I'm very late to this discussion, but I noticed that nobody mentioned
redMine. http://www.redmine.org

It is a Rails based, open source project management and issue tracking
system. I tried it out for the first time this week and was very
impressed.

Basecamp WITH Cashboard :slight_smile:

Jason Roelofs wrote:

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However, if you can get past the Rails limitation, I would also highly
recommend Trac (http://trac.edgewall.org/)

Trac is free, you set it up on your own server. Basecamp and Lighthouse
are
pay-to-use services.

There's also a Trac-like Rails project called Retrospectiva
(http://retrospectiva.org) that is very simple to setup and use and under
very active development. Free to download, free to use and built on Rails.

railscollab - http://rubyforge.org/projects/railscollab

RailsCollab is a port of the project management tool ActiveCollab
(which is written in PHP) to the Ruby on Rails framework, obviously
written in Ruby.

Regards,
Leon Leslie