Posts tagged 'Tracklr'

Djabot - Python Jabber bot released posted on July 18, 2010

Three weeks ago, I presented how to create Python-based Jabber bots and how to create HTTP-like JSON based Jabber APIs at the Christchurch NZPUG meeting.

I've been working on the code since and over the last weekend I pushed the code (released under BSD license) to my bitbucket.org account.

Here is couple of links, in case you want to find out more information about Djabot ...

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tracklr2mindmap.py - Python Mind Map Creation Script posted on July 10, 2010

I wrote a Python script that generates mind map files (.mm) of all my data for all companies I track my time against at Tracklr.

The script uses modified `pytracklr` Python module written by Andrew Turner (zxombie).

I pushed the code onto my bitbucket.org account. It's released under BSD Open Source license.

Feel free to get the tracklr2mindmap.py source code at bitbucket.org.

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The New Release and the Future of Tracklr posted on May 19, 2009

The new release of Tracklr went live on Sunday May 10th, 2009. We have announced it over at Twitter.

Let's have a brief look at what the new release brings to our users and discuss the near future of our product.

We have spent huge amount of time since November last year to apply many requested changes to the design, user interface and the general look and feel of the website.

I need to clarify what does it mean ...

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New edition for Small and Medium Businesses posted on October 28, 2008

Before we officially announced Tracklr at the beginning of October, we decided to narrow down the functionality to a single-user edition. The reason behind this was quite simple: we didn't have a multi-user edition ready at that time.

Introducing Tracklr for SMBs

We spent the last two weeks working hard on the last bits and pieces of functionality for the multi-user edition. We finished and released it on Monday October 27th, 2008. Let's have a look at what ...

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Fortnight Summary posted on October 15, 2008

It's been two weeks since we announced Tracklr. Here is a summary of what's the latest and what kept us busy during the time since the announcement.

Shortly after the announcement, few little bugs in our OpenID implementation were found and fixed. If you are following Tracklr on Twitter, you may already know that we fixed them within few hours.

Speaking of Twitter. We added Tracklr's Twitter timeline to our blog and also to the letin page ...

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Announcing Tracklr posted on October 1, 2008

We are happy to announce Tracklr - lightweight time tracker service.

This is the first public release of the service. We consider this release, a "beta" release.

Tracklr allows individuals ( sole traders, one-man-show companies, individual contractors, web workers, lawyers, etc. ) to set up a company and then add their clients, projects and tasks and track time spent on those accurately.

Try it yourself, it's easy!

Start using Tracklr in three simple steps.

  1. Let yourself in.
  2. Set things up.
  3. Start tracking ...

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