One of the endearing traits of open source applications for Linux distros is that they rarely look the same, unlike on those other desktop computing platforms. That is especially the case with GTimelog Time Tracker, a tiny application that tracks what you do and when you do it during your work -- and if you wish, your play -- sessions. I first discovered GTimelog when I made the leap from that blue Windows thingy to Canonical's Ubuntu Linux distro in its infancy.
February 23, 2011
GTimelog: A Beautifully Bare-Bones Approach to Time Tracking
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