ChiliProject is not maintained anymore. Please be advised that there will be no more updates.

We do not recommend that you setup new ChiliProject instances and we urge all existing users to migrate their data to a maintained system, e.g. Redmine. We will provide a migration script later. In the meantime, you can use the instructions by Christian Daehn.

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Holger Just, 2012-09-08 09:46 pm



Project Lead

  • Benevolent Dictator: Eric Davis
  • Description: The project leader serves the function of a benevolent dictator. His responsibility is to make sure that the project keeps a clear and generally accepted direction and represents ChiliProject to the outside world. His ultimate power is to resolve deadlocks in decision processes in the community by casting an ultimate vote on the subject. However, this is only the very last resort of decision finding, by default, decisions should be made by general agreement or voting of such agreement is not possible.

Development Team

  • Team lead: TODO
  • Members: TODO
  • Description: This team is in charge of the overall development and direction of ChiliProject. This team has check-in access to the main repository (TODO: include link) and incorporates the advice and directions from the other teams as well as makes "executive" decisions on what goes into ChiliProject.

Issue Triage Team

  • Team lead: TODO
  • Members: TODO
  • Description: This team attacks incoming issues, tests possible bugs, and makes sure issues are filed and followed through correctly.

Documentation Team

  • Team lead: TODO
  • Members: TODO
  • Description: This team is in charge of collecting, refining, and organizing the documentation surrounding ChiliProject. This includes the help text within ChiliProject, as well as the guides and docs on

User Support Team

  • Team lead: TODO
  • Members: TODO
  • Description: The Forums and IRC fall within the many ways this team supports users.

Infrastructure Team

Product Strategy and Market Research Team

  • Team lead: "TODO"
  • Members: Niels Lindenthal
  • Description: The industry for project management tools is a hihgly competitive market with various strong players such as Microsoft, Atlassian, projectplace, basecamp and last but not least Redmine. This team is responsible to facilitate market research, user surveys, expert panels in order to find answers on the following questions:
    • What are cp's current competitors? What are cp's future competitors?
    • What are the projects strengths, weaknesses, threads and opportunities?
    • What are the reasons organisations and project choose tools other than cp?
    • What are cp's USPs? How to communicate these reasons to the different stakholders (project teams, management, admins etc.)?
    • Which of cp features do organisations currently use? What are the missing features?