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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • I think we were the last company on the planet not to use a web interface for timesheets.

    I guess we are only company who use CSV + CVS as a storage format for timesheets and a couple of Perl modules to query them and publish on TWiki :)

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    Ilya Martynov (http://martynov.org/ [martynov.org])

  • I think we were the last company on the planet not to use a web interface for timesheets.

    We used to be a big user of the timing app you got with quickbooks and now we've got an in-house c# desktop app to act as big brother.

  • I think we were the last company on the planet not to use a web interface for timesheets.

    [Because of this change] I have even less reason to use my Windows box. :)

    My work is (trying) to replace its current timesheeting systems with a single web-based timesheeting system. Niggle is that it's based on Oracle forms and is a bit clunky. Big problem (to me) is that although it's web based, it uses sufficient JavaScript that it doesn't work on anything other than recent IE. So not only can't I use it on m