Redmine vs RhodeCode

Last updated: October 28, 2014

Redmine is a flexible alternative project management web application. Written using the Ruby on Rails framework, it is cross-platform and cross-database. Redmine is open source and released under the terms of the GNU General Public License v2 (GPL).
RhodeCode Enterprise is the secure collaboration environment that works the way you do — with your workflows, your permissions, on your platforms. Safely tucked behind your firewall. Increased project security and permissions control along with real-time repository news feeds give managers a birds eye view on project progress and complete control over access to highly sensitive data, driving projects to come in on-time and under budget with no compromise on either productivity or security.
Redmine vs RhodeCode in our news:

2014. Enterprise code management service RhodeCode get $3.5M funding

Berlin-based company RhodeCode, that focuses on behind-the-firewall application lifecycle management, has scored $3.5 million in funding. It started off as a fairly straightforward source code management platform to rival GitHub and so on, but it discovered that its customers were largely big enterprises (like U.S. Navy and Department of Energy) that have no intention of storing their valuable code in the public cloud. So RhodeCode ditched its software-as-a-service version and decided to focus on its behind-the-firewall RhodeCode Enterprise product instead.

2014. Redmine 2.5 impoves custom fields

Redmine is a flexible project management web application written using Ruby on Rails framework. The new version - Redmine 2.5.0 is available for download. It brings many improvements to custom fields formats: text formatting support, HTTP link support, fine-grained selection for user and version custom fields based on roles and version status. The custom field format API was fully rewritten, so if you're running some plugins that deal with it (eg. that adds non standard field formats), you'll have to update them before upgrading. This version also introduces experimental support for Markdown formatting, a popular text formatting syntax.