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Revision as of 10:39, 23 January 2015

Programming is my hobby and below you find the software I have written.

Plus, here are some places where I publish my software as well:

ktimetracker

I maintain ktimetracker which is part of every major Linux distribution. KTimeTracker tracks time spent on various tasks.

Challenge

You are a software consultant with several customers and many project assignments. When billing your customers, you are required to report how much time you spend on what task.

Solution

Use KTimeTracker to hold a list of projects and tasks. Whenever you switch your activity, double-click on the respective task and see how its time gets tracked. At the end of the day (or month) you can obtain a journal how much time you spent on what task.

Operating System Linux and Windows
Readyness stable-use it
More info on KDE's website
Download not so easy
Screenshot
You can give several translations per vocabulary (click to enlarge).

adaptiveThumb

adaptiveThumb is a mediawiki extension that allows you to create thumbnails from image that adapt to the size of the browser window. You can find an example on http://linuxintro.org/wiki/shell_tutorial.

Operating System Linux and Windows
Readyness stable-use it
More info http://www.staerk.de/thorsten/adaptivethumb
Download https://github.com/tstaerk/adaptivethumb/archive/master.zip
Screenshot