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Sourceforge Timesheet

Sourceforge Timesheet is a simple Sourceforge addon that allows users to fill out their timesheets against tasks created within Sourceforge.

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Recent releases

  •  21 Mar 2002 20:38

    Release Notes: Some bugfixes and enhancements.

    •  04 Mar 2002 17:33

      Release Notes: Major bugfixes in the Timesheet and Workgroup sections, code cleanups and finalisation of the database design for the Timesheet/Workgroup and the new Billing engine, and some new admin utils.

      •  24 Feb 2002 20:57

        Release Notes: This release has complete Workgroup support. Lots of small bugs were found through testing, so the older code is a lot more stable. The timesheet UI has been improved; allowing for multiple adds really cuts down the time of capturing. There is the beginnings of support for email notification for overdue timesheets. Afrikaans language support has been added. There are notes on billing support for the timesheet system.

        •  14 Feb 2002 19:44

          Release Notes: A lot of bugs have been fixed and the install is a lot smoother.

          •  08 Feb 2002 15:06

            Release Notes: This release fixes some bugs and changes the code so that there are less conflicting changes with the original Sourceforge code.

            Recent comments

            01 Oct 2005 14:08 clf99

            time sheet software, timesheet linux opensource
            the free product at journyx ( is based on open source projects like python apache and postgresql and since this project looks dead maybe people could use it instead

            14 Feb 2002 10:47 mikepb78

            Software Factory
            I am working on making Sourceforge to work in a Software Factory enviroment.Could anyone send me any feed back on how my progress is going in this respect. Thanks at lot Mike


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