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Project Summary

TimeTracker is an application loosely based on TimeKeeper, a Windows application used to track the time you spent on a task. Being a Linux user and not willing to install Wine, I decided to hack my own version.

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console productivity python time_tracking

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30 Day Summary

Nov 21 2012 — Dec 21 2012

12 Month Summary

Dec 21 2011 — Dec 21 2012

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