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Entropic(ĕn-trō'pĭk) - A timekeeping application that utilizes the concept of quick entries or "traces" of time will help keep things simple and make the downtime between "switching gears" less of a drag.
The ideaThe idea began when I realized how much time was spent recording where I spent my time; project-wise, work-wise. I started out with a piece of paper in a simple notepad and just kept logging things like, "Work Order: 12431; 15 minutes; Updated documentation."
It took a larger effort at the end of the week to help aggregate those "traces" of time into a bigger note, to be placed into the corporate work-order / trouble-ticket database.
Granted, I am a big subscriber to the "Getting Things Done" way of work-life, and I do recommend the other GTD products out there as well. (43, etc.) What I needed was a way to just "diary" my time and where it was spent. Sort of from "the other direction."
Also, I figured if I could log my time in a quick manner, it would help to deter me from surfing around the web in that "I just changed gears from project A to project B and need to focus" mood.
There are a few reports, some snazzy flash, thanks to pullmonkey.com's introduction to Open Flash Charts.
The statusPlease visit our discussion group located here: entropic-discuss
14JAN2009 The project is in a pretty stable state - I'm using it on a daily basis at work, and the reports are what I need, in terms up reporting. Time needs to be spent tweaking a few little visual bugs or quirks here and there, as well as writing complete tests.
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