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Comment Replicon Web Timesheet (Score 2, Informative) 45

We use Replicon Web Timesheet. It's a web-based solution, the website is usable by Firefox, IE, and Opera. The server runs on the Windows platorm, and uses a Microsoft or Oracle database. Of course, if you're not a Windows shop, this probably isn't the answer for you.

It works great for us. We've been using it for 7 years now, with 40-ish users. No problems, it's a great product. Entering time is easy, the reports are powerful, and it can integrate with other software. We integrated it very easily with our in-house account-management system.

If you don't want to run the software yourself, I see they have a hosted offering.


Submission + - 19 Coutries File OpenXML Contradictions

Excelcia writes: "The deadline for filing contradictions on the Microsoft OpenXML ISO bid, and the results are in. A total of 19 countries have filed, comprising most of the free world, although the United States seems to be absent from the list. From Andy Upgrove's Blog on the subject:

This may not only be the largest number of countries that have ever submitted contradictions in the ISO/IEC process, but nineteen responses is greater than the total number of national bodies that often bother to vote on a proposed standard at all ... All in all, not a very auspicious start for OOXML. And not one that augers well for a very fast Fast Track experience. It will be interesting to see how Microsoft deals with this slap in the face.

The trouble with being poor is that it takes up all your time.