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This is the legacy version of Teambox - the award-winning collaboration solution, inspired by Basecamp, Yammer and Twitter.
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Latest commit 87417c2 Pablo Villalba Update
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app Fix project digest template to use [:smtp_settings][:domain] instead …
config Update config/locales/fr.yml
db Fixed missing tokens with unscoped, removed monkey path from tokenize…
features Allow users to create Org and Project on signup
lib Fix watchable spec, check if the comment is going to set the conversa…
log Capifying for the sandbox
public Delete public/testimonials.html
script script/experiment
spec Fix private element related watchers spec to behave like the applicat…
test make teambox bootable
vendor Remove rspec-rails-matchers plugins, move used matcher to spec/support.
.git_fail_words Simple pre-commit hook to catch embarrasing oversights in your code
.gitignore Ignoring stuff cached in /public
.livereload Higher grace period for livereload
.pre-commit Simple pre-commit hook to catch embarrasing oversights in your code
.rspec Removed unused rspec options from .rspec
.travis.yml travis config
CLEAN Don't show "manage organizations" on the community mode
Gemfile add headless gem for the CI
Gemfile.lock Re-add phone number for new signups
LICENSE add license information fix show_moar Update
Rakefile Load sphinx rake tasks only if enabled make teambox bootable


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Teambox is collaboration and project management software built on Ruby on Rails.

Teambox workflow is project-centered; with each project visible only to the people invited to it. Projects have a status wall, conversations, tasks, shared pages and file uploads. You can even post to Teambox by email.


This repository is for the legacy version of Teambox (v3). is running v4, which is available as a cloud service and on-premise.

Try Teambox online for free to see how it works.

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