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Fwd: Re: [vox] Time tracking software for Windows?

Luke apparently posted from a non-subscribed address, so I'm passing this
along for him.  (Luke, please post from a subscribed address, thanks! :^) )

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Date: Sat, 16 Jul 2005 20:18:42 -0700
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Date: Sun, 17 Jul 2005 02:55:24 +0000 (UTC)
From: Luke Crawford <lsc@prgmr.com>
Subject: Re: [vox] Time tracking software for Windows?
To: rscrawford@mossroot.com,
	LUGOD's general discussion mailing list <vox@lists.lugod.org>

I use Request Tracker (http://www.bestpractical.com/rt/)

It makes it easy to slough my responsibilities off on other  people, as 
sometimes it really is easier to pay someone else to do it.  RT also 
makes it easy to figure out 'who dropped the ball'  which was a big 
problem before,  because  when it comes to lazy and irresponsible, I'm 
hard to compete with.

You'll need a unix server somewhere to run it.. but my next project for 
prgmr.com is renting FreeBSD Jails, so I have those coming out of my ears.

The interface is through your favorite web browser, so it works fine on 
any platform you care to use.

On Mon, 11 Jul 2005, Richard S. Crawford wrote:

>One program that I found invaluable under KDE when I got to use my Linux
>laptop at work was KArm.  It's a nifty little task tracker that lets you
>track all of your projects, save the information, total up all time spent
>on a task and its subtasks, and so on.  It also saves the data as an .ics
>file so you can integrate it with KOffice if you desire.
>Now that I'm stuck with 'Doze, though, I no longer get to use that
>program, so tracking the time I spend on a project is more difficult.
>I've hunted for Windows equivalents but the ones I've found have all been
>either completely inadequate, or cost money.  I found one written in Java
>but I am unable to get the .jar file to open except through a command line
>(and Windows in its infinite wisdom won't let me, a lowly user,
>re-associate .jar files away from UltimateZip to Java).
>Is anyone aware of a program similar to KArm that's available for free for
>Windows?  Open source is preferred, of course.
>Richard S. Crawford
>Richard S. Crawford
>Richard S. Crawford
>vox mailing list

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