Time-tracking software again, and this time it’s one that has been around for a while.
I don’t know. I should mention though, that the web site I linked to four years ago has gone dead. Nothing to be read into that; it happens sometimes.
But worklog looks a bit different too. The screenshot I snapped way back then doesn’t look much like what I have on my screen now. I should mention that some of the options listed in the help pages trigger python errors.
Usually I would blame that on differences between python versions (those always seem to crop up among unmaintained software, whenever python gets a dot-bump) but this time it only makes me suspicious. (The python errors cropped up at
work on --all for me, which I took to mean there would be some sort of interactive mode. That might be where that other screenshot came from. I honestly don’t remember. 😦 )
worklog abbreviates itself to just
work when installed, and it’s a simple matter of triggering a timer with
work on Project to start, and
work done when you’re … done. 🙄
Aside from that, you can ask for a breakdown of the work you’ve done today with
work today and get a total sum of time spent with … you guessed it:
work sum. There are a few other options for switching projects and editing descriptions, but if you can handle those four, you’ll do fine with worklog.