Time Track is a
Personal Software Process
tool to track time spent on projects and activities.
Time is input with a Java Swing GUI and recorded as XML.
The time is tracked down to the nearest minute. The idea
behind tracking your time at this level of granularity is to improve
your estimate efforts by basing them on historical data. Of course,
minute-by-minute logs are much too detailed to be useful as a planning
tool, so you need reports that summarize the data. Having the data
as XML should allow you to easily create new reports by utilizing
existing XML-based tools, such as XSLT.
Time Track includes a Reporter tool that generates HTML activity summaries using XSLT stylesheets. These reports also include SVG graphs, which the Reporter tool converts to JPG files for simpler inclusion in the HTML reports.
While Time Track was designed with software development in mind, it can just as easily apply to many activities where you have similar reasons to record how your time is spent.
|Downloads||Downloads are available from the project's files page.|
|Examples||There is a sample report here.|