TimeEdition Is A Simple And Stylish Time Tracker


Windows/Mac OS X only: Time tracking application TimeEdition tracks your time in a dead-simple and attractive interface that saves your progress to Google Calendar for accessible-from-anywhere results. Using the application is as simple as entering in customer, project, and task details using the drop-down controls and clicking the Start recording button. Your data is tracked across all projects and can be exported in Excel or iCal format—but the real beauty is found in the options panel, where you can choose to sync your activity with Outlook, iCal, or even Google Calendar. Unlike the previously mentioned gCalTasks gadget that only runs in the Vista sidebar, this application lives in your system tray—with an easy-access context menu that can switch between projects on the fly. TimeEdition is free and open source, works on Windows or Mac. Thanks, Tim Stiffler-Dean!


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    The code is available at sourceforge:
    svn co https://timeedition.svn.sourceforge.net/svnroot/timeedition timeedition

    Unfortunately the author doesn't seems to grok the GPL (translation: http://preview.tinyurl.com/bqfvdk); in addition he links to non-free libraries like this:
    http://www.einhugur.com/Html/eCrypt/index.html

    Even worse, big chunks are written in Real Basic.

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