gnattproject is a really nice offline & open-source PM tool: http://www.ganttproject.biz/ We would like to give some of our less tech savy user the option to work with it offline and only save out their ganttproject file now and then for us to import it into the consolidated overall PM system based on web2project. Any chance this could be made to work, preferrably with a native format instead of a msproject .xml bridge? Thanks!

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one problem is/was that when I looked last time there were only dates, no times in ganttproject.\nThey do have some export routine, if I remember right, but it doesn't fit to the impprter. Klaus
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answered 17 Jan '14, 07:02

ok, I will try the route through msproject xmls for now then. But IMHO the time feature in w2p seems a bit overkill for many project plans anyways. Thanks for the quick answer.

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with the new MS-Project importer found here: http://support.web2project.net/questions/325/problem-with-project-importer.htmlnit seems to work. Native ganttproject support would be still nice.

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