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Is there an open source Effort tracking system

 
Akshay Sri
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Hi,
I need to know if there is an open source Effort tracking system, we can use for tracking the effort spent by developers on projects and various tasks within them, for eg. designing, coding, testing.
Its not necessary that it have all functionalities, we'll customize it to suit our needs, but building such a system from scratch is not viable at this time.
 
Darryl A. J. Staflund
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I haven't used it but I think TUTOS from sourceforge might be worth investigating. According to sourceforge:
"TUTOS is the ultimate team organization software, a webbased groupware or ERP/CRM system to manage events/calendars, addresses, teams, projects, tasks, bugs, mailboxes, documents and your time spent with these things."
I believe there is a write-up on it in a recent issue of Linux Magazine as well.
Cheers,
Darryl
 
Akshay Sri
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Hey thanks a ton, Darryl.
I've downloaded it, & will look at it pretty soon
 
Lewin Chan
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http://www.xplanner.org
While not exactly what you want, you can track developer's time in it.
 
I agree. Here's the link: http://aspose.com/file-tools
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