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  • Advertising

    With this plugin it is now possible to advertise with Redmine and ChiliProject. This is a simple plugin adding contextual advertisements to the side bar. Advertisements contain heading, text and optional image....

  • Author Box

    The Author box plugin for Redmine introduces a new way to show project members of a particular role. This plugin adds a nice box with picture, first name and last name of a member to the side bar of project overview and Wiki pages....

  • Contact Form

    The Contact Form plugin for Redmine adds contact forms, which allow sending emails to site owners (top menu item) and/or site members (new link in the user profile). The contact form can be configured to meet your needs and supports custom fields....

  • Download Button

    The “Download button” plugin for Redmine adds a nice and conspicuous button to project side bar which makes a shortcut to the recent file in the recent completed version of a project.

    If the file is not accessible for a user the button redirects to the login form....

  • Extended Fields

    Custom fields support is a great feature for any product. It lets extending an object with user-specific data, this way allowing to do more with the extended object.

    The next step would be to make objects “richer”... That’s what the Extended Fields plugin does! It does this by adding new rich custom field types (“Project”) and by allowing to specify RHTML templates for any custom field (based on just type or name) this way enriching it. It also extends users and projects listings (in “Administration”) by letting specify, which columns to show....

  • Extended Profile

    The “Extended profile” plugin for Redmine and ChiliProject allows users to put more information about themselves into their profiles. These are (but not limited to) company name, position, company and personal websites, blog, Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn....

  • Hooks Manager

    Redmine contains a very powerful instrument – hooks – which are widely used by plugins for adding custom content to pages. That is, if developers want to add e.g. Google Ads to Redmine pages, most likely they will choose hooks to do this....

  • ISSUE-id

    Sequent issue numbers are easier to remember. While Redmine does uses sequent numbers for issues they are sequent not in the project scope. Therefore on installations with large number of projects we are getting random-like increasing numbers for a project’s issues....

  • Like Button

    This plugin for Redmine adds Facebook’s Like, Twitter’s Tweet and/or Google’s +1 buttons to the start page, project “Overview” page, Wiki pages, news, issues, versions and forum topics....

  • Meta

    The Meta tags are widely used for SEO and SMO, but, unfortunately, are not, in fact, supported by Redmine. This plugin is intended to fix this.

    The plugin adds Meta description and keywords, Open Graph and Twitter Cards tags to the start page, project overview page, version pages, Wiki pages, news, issues, forum topics and user profiles....

  • OpenID Fix

    Native Redmine / ChiliProject OpenID authentication does not work, for example, with Google. And I doubt it does with other OpenID providers... The OpenID Fix plugin for Redmine and ChiliProject fixes this issue and lets users use their third-party OpenID logins to access Redmine/ChiliProject....

  • Project Alias

    With this plugin you can now change the project identifier! The plugin allows creating project identifier aliases. All of these aliases can be used to access project pages! And any of these aliases can be selected as the project identifier (in this case the previous identifier becomes an alias)....

  • Project Removal

    There are two ways to remove a project from Redmine – “archive” or delete. In both cases Redmine gives no explanation for the removal.

    This plugin allows to add a message to pages of an archived project. In such message administrator can explain the reason of the removal. It also allows to specify URL to redirect. The plugin supports a special redirection mode, which redirects pages to the corresponding ones on another Redmine installation (can be used when the project was moved)....

  • Project Sections

    Redmine inclines to using dummy projects as project categories. This always seemed odd to me, as in this case we get false projects, mess of ones, that play roles of categories, and the real parent projects.

    This plugin is a try to implement the real project categories for Redmine, which it calls “sections”. The primary goals of sections are: to categorize projects, group projects in the project lists and additionally describe projects (e.g., Redmine › Project Sections). The plugin also implements it in an unusual way: thus, sections are used to build project URLs, sections support subsections, subsection with the same name (and identifier) can exist under different parent sections and so on....

  • Project Settings

    If you used to write plugins for Redmine you perhaps discovered that Redmine does not provide any API for adding tabs to project settings. I, personally, faced this issue many times... As a solution I decided to write this plugin....

  • RedPress

    In brief: the RedPress plugin adds the blogging capabilities to your Redmine, so with this plugin you can have global and per project blogs.

    In detail: the RedPress plugin does this by integrating WordPress deeply into Redmine, by implementing single sign-on for these systems and more. For a better experience you will also need the WordMine plugin and the RedWord (certainly, in addition to WordPress itself)....

  • Role Shift

    Redmine definitely needs a better access control (ACL) for example to allow hosting open source and proprietary projects on the same installation. The best manifestation of this problem are Non members and Anonymous roles which are defined globally for all projects....

  • SCM Checkouts

    This small plugin allows collecting and displaying the number of times a repository has been checked out (or exported). To some extent this number is equivalent to the number of downloads, which can be seen under the Files tab. As checkouts are performed upon the SCM server the plugin also implements the interface for reporting a checkout to Redmine....

  • SCM Creator (+Github)

    Simple Subversion, Git, Mercurial, Bazaar and Github repository creation plugin for Redmine. With this plugin repository creation and registration becomes very easy and needs just one click (or even no click)....

  • Sidebar Content

    With the “Sidebar content” plugin for Redmine project administrators are now able to add custom content to the project side bar. The plugin allows to add a text, a Wiki page or HTML code. This content can be shown for some pages/URLs or for all pages....

  • Subscription

    This plugin adds notifications which are missing in the pure Redmine. In particular, they are: news added for non members, new version released, new file added for non-members, new Wiki page added, code comitted to repository, new issue added and issue closed for non members, new forum added etc......

  • WikiNG

    The Wiki: Next Generation plugin (WikiNG) adds some new and useful extentions to Redmine Wiki syntax.

    Among them are:

    • User and file links;
    • Mentions of users in their profiles (with email notifications);
    • Custom editable Wiki macros;
    • Warning, notice and tip blocks;...

Redmine » Themes

  • Red-Andy

    Red-Andy is the Redmine theme created for this website. This theme combines dark elements and bright boxes, uses CSS3 shadows and round corners....

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