- Taglog is designed for people who spend their day working at a computer. You can make notes about what you do as you go along, and associate them with specified projects. You can then produce a report of how your time was spent, broken down by project for booking purposes. You can view the previous entries by date or by project, enter the actions you intend to take, associate them with a project, and mark them as active or complete. Taglog's electronic workbook combines logging time to projects with a detailed diary of what you actually do. You can tag individual work elements by project to produce record of a specific project, even if your time is spread across a number of projects or by activity type (meeting, phone, program, etc.) to track time by activity.
- Time Tracker
- TimeTracker puts up a list of projects, and the number of minutes worked on each. You click on the project you want to work on, and it starts counting on that. At the end of the day, it saves the collected data in a file, and you can use a script to process the data.
- Timebook is a small utility which aims to be a low-overhead way of tracking what you spend time on. It can be used to prepare annotated time logs of work for presentation to a client, or simply track how you spend your free time. Timebook is implemented as a python script which maintains its state in a sqlite3 database.
- Workaholic is a program which shows a window to remind you to take a break after a period of time by showing a transparent window with a progress bar. You can skip rests, or postpone these for 5 or 10 minutes.
- wxRemind is a wxPython-based front-end for Remind, a powerful calendar and alarm application. Similar to the curses-based Wyrd, the display features a calendar and daily event list suitable for visualizing your schedule at a glance. Dates and associated events can be quickly selected either with the mouse or cursor keys, and dates in the calendar are color coded to reflect the total duration of scheduled events. wxRemind provides an internal editor or integrates with an external editor of your choice to make editing of reminder files more efficient, provides hotkeys to quickly access the most common Remind options, and allows popup, sound, and/or spoken alarms.
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