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OpenProj was 10th most-popular post here for 2007

When we talked to CEO Marc O'Brien he said a license had not yet been chosen. Eventually the Common Public Attribution License was chosen. This license was approved by the OSI in July.

Marc OÂ’Brien of Projity
Today starts our wind-down of the year with a review of the top 10 posts of this blog, and number 10 was the launch of OpenProj.

OpenProj was downloaded over 150,000 times in its first weeks online, and is a product of Projity, a SaaS company which had been selling this software as a service before launching it as open source.

When we talked to CEO Marc O'Brien (above) he said a license had not yet been chosen. Eventually the Common Public Attribution License was chosen. This license was approved by the OSI in July.

The decision disappointed some open source advocates, who were otherwise favorably-disposed toward the software. Time will tell the impact this has on Projity's effort to build community around OpenProj.

In the comments John Morrissey noted that Open Workbench is a good alternative.