Unfuddle provides secure hosted project management for developers

Unfuddle is a crisp looking new software development project management service. The look and feel will be familiar to anyone who has used Basecamp for project management, but it’s specifically tailored for software developers. It’s a hosted service with basic features including messaging, milestones, tickets, permissions and source storage via Subversion. While many developers currently use project management services that are wiki based, Unfuddle is based on a blog model.

The company behind the site is called Subventurate LLC and consists of two developers in Hawii named Joshua Frappier and David Croswell.

Free accounts for single users with 15MB of storage and limited features or paid accounts ranging from $24 to $99 for up to 5GB and 50 users with advanced features like time tracking and SSL connectivity.