Taiga is the easy and intuitive yet powerful agile project management tool for multi-functional teams. Taiga has a best in class Sprint task board, and you can seamlessly migrate to Kanban if needed.
Taiga is a full featured project management platform for startups and agile developers & designers who want a simple, beautiful tool that makes work truly enjoyable. Kanban & Scrum.
Taiga is FREE for up to 15 users and 5 private projects.
Premium: $7/mo per user, unlimited projects ($5/mo if paid annually)
Beautiful interface for project management, with a lot of features as Kanban and Scrum dashboard, wiki parts for each projects and sub-projects, bugs tracking with statuses, docs upload for tasks.
All of this with a nice and smooth interface (even in french and other languages).
And the project is open source, so you can install it on your own server (the procedure is quite complicated and that's not functioning for me right now).
Congrats folks and go on this great tool !
PS : then I have to migrate my old projects from Redmine to Taiga...
This project is opensource not Freemium.
As we wrote in our description for Taiga.io:
Taiga is free for Public projects and for one Private project with up to 4 members. Other paid plans with more projects and more members are available too.
That's why we set it as Freemium and not as Opensource :)
More info at https://taiga.io/#pricing
Reply written about 5 years ago
You will pay if you want to buy online host for taiga. If you want to host on your server you could download code at https://github.com/taigaio/
This software isn't Freemium it is OpenSource, many OS companies do something like that to improve the recipe.
[Edited by matheusrv, June 06]
I understand what you mean.
Anyway, by convention, on AlternativeTo we set "Free with limitations" for this kind of software because users want to get a program with no costs at all when they search for Opensource.
We set the license Opensource only for totally free softwares with available source code :)
Btw, we will adjust these difficulties with licenses in the near future ;)
So we have to review the entire open source community because that is a business model of several companies that support OS software. I for example always use the Only OpenSource filter, so I can not find Taiga? The code is available on GitHub, everyone can send Pull Request. Please switch it from Freemium to Open Source. Thank you
I agree, it's Open Source, and don't tag it is really confusing. When searching an Open Source software we look for a free of charge on self-hosting, not a free software. As Matheusrv said, most of quality Open Source software has a paid hosted version, and thats the path for future development, so if you don't tag it as Open Source, you are confusing the terms.
Taiga is weird to say the least.
They pretend to be all opensource and stuff yet their android app requires Google and is not even on fdroid. There is no privacy if Google can ready everything.
Orgzly can be downloaded on frdoid, run on linux or any phone and never shares date with the american devil. Anything Taiga can do, can be done with nextcloud anyways.
If you have a principle (like not sharing data etc.) you can't just put out an app for the most used mobile OS and not give people the freedom of choice. Why does Taiga share data with Google?
The Taiga Android app (TaigaApp) is third-party --- "TaigaApp is not affiliated with Taiga Agile LLC" and has a truly atrocious Play Store rating, currently 2.1
It has 3 trackers --- Google Analytics, Google CrashLytics, Google Tag Manager --- and, of course, is closed-source
Orgzly is Android only, NOT "run on linux" --- but its org-mode files can be synced (suggest Syncthing) to any org-mode app on Linux
Reply written over 2 years ago
it shouldn't be listed under self-hosted - as it is a cloud service only
Taiga.io is not just a cloud service, you can install in your own server. See the documentation: http://taigaio.github.io/taiga-doc/dist/#_installation_guide
Reply written about 4 years ago
Taiga is a great app for simple khan ban boards and backlog management but I really wish there was a Ganttt chart!
It would be a great tool for groups, but it's focused on software programming and designing. Each task has sections like "UX points", "Designer points", etc. that can't be disabled.
Good bye JIRA, although I like you, Taiga makes it ease to get my whole team involved without the learning curve.
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