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Is there any free webpage/web application for managing project development with these requirements:

  • Writing public posts of news about project (new version, new logic etc) - can be as blog posts.
  • Simple public bug reporter.
  • Private (for developer team) articles about developing.
  • Page for downloading binaries of project.
  • suitable for Closed source app.
  • Must be Web based.

Optionaly:

  • Managing TODOs as the developing plan - it can be as a standalone main article that will be edited and formated for TODOs.
  • Discussions for developer team.
  • Comments on public articles.
  • Check out the pm-software tag. There are plenty of other users who have asked similar questions, and you're likely to find the answers there. Also, please be sure to check out the FAQ. – jmort253 Mar 8 '12 at 21:29
  • tried, but did not find a WEB PAGE, for CLOSED SOURCE and with PUBLIC access to articles or posts.. thats why I asked – Zavael Mar 8 '12 at 23:22
  • +1 Excellent, I highlighted those points in your question so they're easy to spot. Welcome to Project Management SE, the site for expert and enthusiast project managers! – jmort253 Mar 9 '12 at 2:15
  • oh thanks :) might have to come in my mind – Zavael Mar 9 '12 at 6:49
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    What do you mean by closed source? – ctrl-alt-delor Mar 9 '12 at 13:38
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So i found a sollution after a while - Google Sites and they dont force you to have open source app.
They allow to

  • create posts as announcements - public, private, something between that
  • have todo lists - public, private...
  • discussion - linked Google Groups
  • Dashboard like News page
  • Dowload page
  • Comments on pages or announcements
  • plus many more feature as live view of google docs, Google calendar, widgets etc

Only the bug reporting is missing (or i didnt found), but it can be solved in the discussion or comments

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I found two answers over at stackoverflow.com:

The questions are about sourcecode hosting, but the suggested sites all have project management tools included. Most of the time the free plans are limited, but it might be a good starting point.

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  • thanks, i tried a few of them and they were great but most of them missed the public posts feature and the others missed something else... – Zavael Mar 12 '12 at 13:25

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