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Baralga enables you to keep track of the time you spend working on different projects. You can record the projects your are working or you can manually enter and edit project activities. Thus, you will be able to easily memorize when and how long you have been working on every project.
productivity is a set of tools for analysing user's activities on a workstation, and creating reports that can be used for better personal time management. It uses Play! framework as the analysis application, MySQL for storing data, and Python for gathering data.
Todo management inspired by GTD, Mark Forster's Autofocus. You can find more about its background at http://www.taskberry.com
This MS Outlook add-in helps applying the Pomodoro time management technique for a single user : define standard Pomodoro length, break length, and you will get alerts when to start and stop Pomodoros.
Slife is an activity browser for the MacOS X. When the Slife client runs, it observes as you interact with applications, documents and web sites in your computer. It keeps track of when and for how long you work on projects, read news, check email, etc. It's a perfect tool for anyone who needs ... [More]
TimeTracker helps you record the amount of time you spend on activities; for example, for recording time in a time sheet at work. It provides ways to view, edit, and filter times, and provides a time sheet report as well.
* Still under development * xenoPMT (Project Management and Tracking) is a exactly what the acronym stands for - Project Management and Issues/Bug Tracking system. It is a PHP v5 (currently) MySQL based so it can be used on most web servers with ease. It can be deployed for personal or ... [More]
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