TimeSheet, by Ultrize, was apparently released today as my daily visit at Freshmeat has told me, and I am glad I spotted it. My last post was about MapleXp, which is a Windows Application, while TimeSheet is a Web Application. Personally, I’m always into Web Based as they can be always in reach if you put it online, or you can just have it on your own server, like what I do now. TimeSheet is an Open Source time card application built using PHP and MySQL.

You are given the ability to set up multiple clients, projects, tasks, notes, and of course, multiple logs of time for each task. Now, all that may sound a little much, but it is actually very simple and you go through the steps without even having to think about it. Very easy and well made.

Note, this is not a website you can go to and simply signup and start. This is an installation only service, meaning you have to download TimeSheet and install it on your own server. Personally, I like it better this way anyways. Great work to Ultrize and thanks for making it Open Source.

There is an online demo available on their website if you would like to give it a test run. It works really well and is worth taking a peak at.

View TimeSheet. Web Based and Open Source.


5 Comments on “TimeSheet. Web Based and Open Source”

  1. Jonathan Geisler says:

    FYI–Timesheet is no longer open source

  2. hibiscusroto says:

    their demo crashes…not a very good sales pitch…perhaps they should make it open source again so someone can fix it

  3. Dean says:

    It is open source just not free. once you buy it you get the source code i.e. open source

  4. George says:

    Thats why we have piracy

  5. Dennison Uy - Graphic Designer says:

    Any free times tracking software similar to this or Harvest?