This is a great project.
I am not using it currently with my current employer, but have ran it with several companies and clients in the past. Easy Solaris install. Works well in Zones.
This is one of the best open source projects I've ever come across.
It has automated installers that take care of everything for you that work on both Windows and Linux, its not just some .zip file with a 10 page README.txt that you have to spend the next 3 days messing with just to get it to work. It took me less then 5 minutes to install.
On top of that It is an extremely powerful piece of software and I've searched high and low and NOTHING else in the open source world even comes close to it. I don't know what Alain (comment below) is talking about, since timesheet.php is not even in the same league as this, thats like comparing a Pinto to a Ferrari.
The support forums are excellent and a staff member replies to posts within hours, its not just some mailing list where you have to put up with people flaming you or calling you names if you ask a question that has already been asked.
But that is nothing compared to the VIDEO tutorials that they send you when you sign-up with your email address! These things are amazing. They are extremely detailed, with professional voice-over and everything. I'm amazed that they give them away for free.
I think Alain (comment below) is just complaining for the sake of complaining. The website looks more professional then 99% of other open source projects and it can be downloaded DIRECTLY from SourceForge (Mirror Site URL above) if you don't want to enter your email address and don't want to see the video tutorials. I think you would be crazy if you don't see the tutorials though, because there are A TON of features you will surely be missing out on.
Badly laid-out website, not freely downloadable
The website looks very amateurish
(black text on dark blue... ugh!), and there's no place
where you can freely download the software.
Instead you have to leave your email address,
which it tries to confirm.
Pointless, as there are some truely free
timesheeting applications out there:
Licenses have been reclassified. I guess I reached the maximum category limit without noticing, so I had to remove a category to make room for two licenses.
Thanks for catching this.
> This needs to be re-classified. The
> OSI-approved license version does NOT
> have many of the features listed. Either
> (a) reclassify with multiple license
> types, or (b) alter the description.
This needs to be re-classified. The OSI-approved license version does NOT have many of the features listed. Either (a) reclassify with multiple license types, or (b) alter the description.
An open, cross-platform journaling program.
A scientific plotting package.