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Where Did Your Time Go? GNOME Time Tracker Knows

Jun 09, 2010, 16:37 (1 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Joe Brockmeier)

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"Prior to GNOME 2.30, the Time Tracker was a GNOME applet, which meant that it was pretty much limited to the GNOME desktop. With 2.30, it was split out into its own application so it's fair game no matter which desktop environment or window manager you use. It still has its own applet, so if you do use GNOME you have the option of running the Applet in conjunction with the main application.

"Most distros don't ship GNOME Time Tracker by default, but it should be available from the default repositories. Look for the 'hamster-applet' package using Yum, APT, Zypper, or whatever your favorite package manager happens to be. The real name is Project Hamster, though it's been re-branded as GNOME Time Tracker for distribution with GNOME."

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