I don't know if this is possible or already done; my first thought was that crowd would do something similar to what I am asking - integrate all products all in one kind a forum where you can do project management and integrate others on project discussion.
Not really much of a help I'm afraid. The systems do immensely different things, so their frontends are very different from each other. Even if you merged them all into one single giant application, you'd still get different views according to where you were in them. As a random example, Trac is a simple issue tracker with a wiki - really very good for small, single projects. It's one system, and I suspect you'd call it "one front end". But every part of it has an interface appropriate to its purpose. It doesn't matter that each "module" is inside a single application, it's still doing things separately.
Atlassian have been gradually improving the consistency of the products as well - the common headers across the top of the various systems are converging on being almost identical (and including direct jumps to the other systems). That's as close as any other "all in one" application gets as well.
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