I needed a timetracking software for one of my clients and the request from them was simple… Open Source, staple and it should work across platform…
So I installed php on a Windows Server 2008 R2 running on a Hyper-V server for testing.
The server is single core and runs on 512Mb ( up to 1024Mb via dynamic assign memory )
After some testing I decided to use the Kimai Open Source time tracker and I have to say that I like it a lot and I even have an reminder every 2 weeks to check the server out as it is running so smoothly and without any problems..
Here is the “about” from Kimai website ( www.kimai.org )
Kimai is a free open source timetracker. It tracks work time and prints out a summary of your activities on demand. Yearly, monthly, daily, by customer, by project, by action …
It’s simplicity is its strength. Due to Kimai’s web browser based interface it runs cross-platform. Likewise you can install it as a web service or as a single-user program on your local workstation.
I started to translate the system to Icelandic… read here
Then I started to customize the system a bit to fit our needs better and as about 95% of the clients employees are “mobile workers” I needed to configure the mobile page better as I though it was…… ugly…..
Here is a screenshots of the mobile page, taken today ( 01.11.2011 ) from Kimai.org
After some work this is how it looks out now…
Free > Open Source > Works across Platforms and very easy to customize..
9 out of 10 (9 just for that ugly mobile page)