13 Sep 2004 alvaro   » (Master)

This morning I have tested a little GnoTime. I think it could be nice to have it integrated with Evolution and Planner, but for the moment, I will test it a little more. The Project and Tasks concepts aren't very clear in the UI and I need more time to understand how they are used. It has some nice features as an editor for blogging the project development. GnoTime is the best tool to control the real time invest in each Project but the person using it needs to be very disciplined and also, the data for the tool should be kept private for the worker, using the manager only final results.

About the project status, last release was in 22 May 2004 and it has being in SF for 2 years. The size of the project is:

Totals grouped by language (dominant language first):
ansic:        33244 (75.61%)
sh:            8229 (18.72%)
perl:          2050 (4.66%)
yacc:           184 (0.42%)
lisp:           139 (0.32%)
lex:            123 (0.28%)
I found GnoTime to be a little overfeatured and needs some polish in the UI and in the concepts in the tool ...

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