Re: open source time/expense tracking package?
On 11/06/11 11:10, Miles Fidelman wrote:
> Hi Folks,
> I've been looking high and low for a simple time & expense tracking
> package that I can run on my (Debian) server, to support a small project
> team. Can't seem to find anything but commercial web services (e.g.,
> So... Figured I'd ask and see if anyone here has found such a beast -
> packaged for Debian, obviously.
> Thanks much,
> Miles Fidelman
Here's a comparison of some of the major suites/applications - you're
probably after the Open Source license ones:-
I suspect learning and configuring Open Project may be a larger project
than your project, but what you call small project I might call large.
How many users? Can you say more about the project?
I use Korganiser, Kplato and GnuCash. You probably won't need Gnucash as
Kplato can handle individual project finances.
I found Kplato and Korganiser needed a couple of days to learn - which
is a week or two less than some of the larger systems. I'm a slow learner.
For long term projects (site maintenance etc) I just customise CMS
MadeSimple to suit.
Some of the people I work with swear by eGroupware.
Tuttle? His name's Buttle.
There must be some mistake.
We don't make mistakes.