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smotsie
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Timesheet software

Hi,

I need to record my billable time when sitting at **any computer**. I use portable FireFox, ThunderBird, FileZilla and Gaim to achieve most of what I need moving between client's sites and using their computers. I found a time-recorder (http://www.cratchit.org/) but it only records totals - i.e. I spent 317 minutes working for Client A. I need recorded time and date info with an easy calendar / clock system to add / delete records.

Does anyone have any suggestions? A spreadsheet would work but Oo.org seems to be overkill for this.

Cheers

Simon West

wsm23
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Google sheets

Have you tried Google Sheets?

http://spreadsheets.google.com

You can even save in .csv or .xls format for use later with Oo.org or Excel.

Life is about the journey not the destination!

The Kazoo Spartan

smotsie
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Not really what I need.

Not really what I need. American date entry would drive me scatty (or scattier than I already am) and I'm still dubious about my personal information being held by Google. I suppose a bespoke app is in order - I haven't seen a decent open source, cross platform timesheet program. Something like JGnash written in Java so the same code just runs on any platform, maybe? Or written in Python so cross platform is easy?

Anyone already using anything?

Simon West

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Agreed

This is the one function that is still firmly on my PDA, everything else has been sucessfully moved to portable apps.

Let me know if you find anything.

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