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EmpTTrack

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Time Tracker for Linux Desktop stores data lines in mysql

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EMPloyee Time TRACKer for the Linux Desktop. Made in Gambas2, data in MySQL. Register start/stop/pause/job/location. Plan is 1) have a simple personal timetracker on KDE. 2) integrate with Employear; use as time tracker to deliver data > Employear. Tip: Alternative if you don't want to use a database: AgendaXML (uses xml file in user home dir) agendaxml.sourceforge.net.

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Features

  • time tracker fits KDE desktop, might work on other Linux desktops
  • register start time, stop time with simple push of button
  • store in mysql database
  • optional job name or code and description for timeline
  • optional job location (home/office or lab1/lab2 or customer1/customer2, etc...)
  • store in text file at failing database access (planned)
  • minimal very small window and extended window with more options (planned)
  • remember previous job and offer it for new registration

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Intended Audience

End Users/Desktop, Manufacturing, Non-Profit Organizations

User Interface

Gnome, KDE, X Window System (X11)

Programming Language

Visual Basic

Registered

2011-05-31

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