Migrating from OnTime to Trac, a short review

I have been a long time user of the project tracker OnTime provided by Axosoft. Yet, at Lokad, we have just migrated to Trac, a open source project tracker.

Although OnTime is a good product, there are quite a few elements definitively in favor a Trac

Disclaimer: OnTime is probably meant to be used through the Visual Studio add-in, yet, for some reason, I never managed to convince myself of actually installing the add-in, and I did stick to the hosted edition of OnTime. Thus, the comparison might be entirely fair.

Reader Comments (5)

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If you need a .net solution with these characteristics then you should check out SharpForge. September 9, 2008 | Bokkie

Were you able to find a way to migrate all of the data in your OnTime database into Trac? Thanks! Mike November 10, 2008 | Mike Rustici

Mike, I did not even try to automate the migration. I just did it by hand. November 10, 2008 | joannes

Hi! you said… “… When it comes to web app, more is less…..” I think you mean LESS is MORE.. Thanx June 8, 2010 | zak