Auxrames is a Web-based PHP tool that allows human resources management. It is designed to manage a team with lot of tasks. You can see holidays (yellow), non-working time (purple), and tasks (green, depending on the workload percents). You can perform user management, import users from your LDAP and possibly AD, and set different groups. Each of your team members can be allocated to one or more groups. You can decide to always display a user even if he has no tasks, so as not to forget him.
Dudle is an online scheduling application. Users are able to schedule events (such as telephone conferences and meetings) or run opinion polls (for example, to find out which sort of coffee people like the most). Unlike most other similar applications, Dudle offers enhanced access control settings, which minimizes trust assumptions in the polling server.
LibrePlan is a Web application for project planning, monitoring, and control. It is a collaborative tool to plan, monitor, and control projects and has a rich Web interface that provides a desktop-like user experience. All the team members can take part in the planning, which makes it possible to have real-time planning. It was designed for a scenario where multiple projects and resources interact to carry out the work inside a company. It makes it possible to communicate with other company tools, providing a wide set of Web services to import and export data.
Project'Or RIA is project management software that tries to to gather in a single tool all functionality needed to organize your projects. It focuses on IT projects, but is also compatible with all kinds of other projects. The objective is to keep it simple and easy to use on a day to day basis.
ShiftSchedule is a simple procedure, combining random and greedy strategies with heuristics to maximize the minimal interval between consecutive shifts with multiple constraints on the workload distribution. In particular, the distribution of duties among the staff must be uniform when a number of roles and a variety of shift types are considered. The number of persons available for every shift type and role must be large compared to the number required in each case. The method also implements a strategy to deal with the suboptimal results of the simple approach when some infrequent and aperiodic day types, such as long weekends, are considered.