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Libreplan - Project planning, Monitoring and Control in Java

  •    Java

LibrePlan was designed to handle multiple projects and resources interact to carry out the work inside a company. It is a collaborative tool to plan, monitor, control projects. It helps to create Gantt charts, Track hours, Cost analysis, Earned Value Management, Resource allocation and lot more.

Clockingit - Project Management, Collaboration and Time Tracking in Ruby

  •    Ruby

Clockingit / Jobsworth can be used for helpdesk support ticketing, customer liasion, resource management and has a range of CRM type functionality. It helps to Plan your projects, see your schedule, know if you’re slipping behind and why. Time Tracking and extensive reports help you show your clients exactly what you’ve done and for how long. It supports flexible reporting, gantt chart & scheduling, accounting/billing system integration and lot more.

qdPM - Web-Based Project Management Software in PHP

  •    PHP

qdPM is a web-based project management tool suitable for a small team working on multiple projects. It is fully configurable. You can easy manage Projects, Tasks and People. Customers interact using a Ticket System that is integrated into Task management. Its feature include Gantt charts, Custom reporting, Muti lingual etc.

kimai - Tracks Work Time

  •    PHP

Kimai is a free open source time tracker. It tracks work time and prints out a summary of your activities on demand. Yearly, monthly, daily, by customer, by project, by action. It runs cross-platform. Likewise you can install it as a web service or as a single-user program on your local workstation.




Rachota - Easy-to-use personal time tracking application

  •    Java

Rachota is a portable application for timetracking different projects. It runs on Windows, Linux, Solaris and Mac. It displays time data in diagram form, creates customized reports or invoices and provides suggestions to increase your efficiency.

tlog - Git tool for tracking time and tasks

  •    Ruby

tlog is a git-based tool to help you with time and ticket tracking on your projects. It can create time logs for project tasks and Track time working on a task.

UpTime

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A simple application which sits in the Taskbar notification area, and tells how many days since the last restart.


MyTime

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A small desktop .NET application that asks you what your doing at a given interval. It is very annoying and thus works really well!

Simple Time Tracker

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A very simple ASP.net time tracker built using C#. Currently a work in progress. I'm merging changes into this open project from my internal tools and a client implementation.

Timekeeper - .Net method call time tracker.

  •    CSharp

The Timekeeper static class is an aid for .Net developers to help in the speed optimization of their code. By placing a simple call at the beginning and all "exit" points to the method, the time the method takes to execute is recorded. It is written in C# using SharpDevelop.

wakatime-zsh-plugin - Track how much time you have spent in your terminal

  •    Shell

This plugin provides zsh and wakatime integration. In other words, it tracks all time you spend in a terminal. Unlike other plugins, this one tries to keep all your spent time in the same wakatime's project. This command will install Wakatime's CLI.

kimai2 - Kimai v2 is web based Timetracker: multi-user application for time-tracking using Symfony 4 and the AdminLTE theme

  •    PHP

Kimai v2 - the open source time-tracking application with a mobile-first approach, read more at the official website. This is the reloaded version of the open source timetracker Kimai. The new version has not much in common with its predecessor Kimai v1 besides the basic ideas of time-tracking and the current development team.

gone - Where has my time gone?

  •    Go

Where has my time gone? X11 automatic work activity tracker in pure Go. Gone performs automatic time accounting on EWMH capable Window Managers by looking at _NET_ACTIVE_WINDOW and storing time spent on a particular application.