Accessible time keeping/tracking
Willem van der Walt
wvdwalt at csir.co.za
Thu Mar 6 06:54:09 UTC 2008
I will also look at Tim's suggestions, but you can perhaps look at
It is a gnome application, but last time I have checked, a long time ago,
it was mostly accessible.
The other thing is that it stores the project plans in an xml format, so
you can get at it with other tools. As far as I recall, it has a way to
store the projects in mysql from where you can query the thing to your
On Wed, 5 Mar 2008, Tom Masterson wrote:
> Does anyone know of an application for tracking time against a task/project that is accessible? I am looking for one that if web-based works with lynx. It can also be console based or if X based should work in gnome and be accessible. I am working on a ubuntu 7.10 machine. Currently I am using just a spreadsheet but would like something better. Open source is prefered. Our company is using one from Deltek which is web based but is to say the least unfriendly even in internet explorer which is their preference.
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