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Journal of sumdeus (4830)

Tuesday February 10, 2004
01:50 AM

gnotime -- time management tools

[ #17316 ]
I am frustrated with gnotime, the only time management tool I can seem to find that semi suits my needs. It's still too, for a lack of a better word, "BETA" for me. I don't want to write my own custom templates for even the simplest of things, and I certainly need a way to manage journal entries for each projects work in the day better than gnotime.

Has anyone had experience with a better and more reliable time management system? I have looked at a few like phprojekt but I don't need something where there is an ability for multiple users to collaborate... I need something very personal and I need it now.. so frustrating.

CSS has me in awe. Decided to use that for the res t of the sites I develop, starting with my own. I'm going to attempt only CSS, so long spacer.gif and your evil twin " tag missing, does not validate.". I'm thinking that with the speed of not having to download bulky and complex table code paired with mod_perl at the Apache::Registry level, my site, and all of my projects that are soon to follow will be blazing fast.
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  • Well... (Score:2, Informative)

    You sound like me... picky.

    And, rightly so IMHO. Something like this needs to fit pretty well.

    This probably won't, then again... it might. I haven't upgraded to the new version, but the .8 series, while limited in features... has been incredibly stable.

    And... all the data sits in a MySQL database, which was one of the big plusses for me. I really just wanted a quick front end to get my data in... I generate custom queries for anything the program itself won't do.

    http://www.achievo.org/ [achievo.org]
    • I will check it out. I appreciate the link. I guess I am a bit picky, but who isn't.
      • Upon further inspection and installation, these seems overly complicated for my needs, but I like this much better than phprojekt. I will keep it in the back of my mind.