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SugarInTime, Time Tracking for SugarCRM

Tonight I’ve begun development on SugarInTime, a SugarCRM Time Tracking software. I’ve noticed a lack of SugarCRM time-management solutions in the past, and I hope this software will fill the niche. I intend to release the software to SugarForge once it becomes beta-ish.

The final release will be available as an open-source solution, probably using some variant of the GPL. I won’t do much to support it, but will likely be available for professional services. That means no free support, but you can probably bribe me with to customize it for your business with money or pizza.

My intent is have this software very intuitive and easy to use for the system users. It will feature a task-list sidebar that is ever-available (expandable by neat YUI javascript, but out-of-the-way so a user can work) in the SugarUI, no matter what screen/module is being displayed.

SugarInTime Project Outline (flowchart)

SugarInTime Project Outline (flowchart)


Sync Tomboy Notes using Dropbox

Tomboy is a great note-taking application with a neat integration into your Linux Desktop — but did you know that you can install it on your Windows machines as well? (And your Macs?) Once I discovered this, I immediately started looking for a solution to synchronize my notes between my Tomboy installation on my Windows and Ubuntu desktops.

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PHP in the User Webspace (public_html) on Ubuntu

There are a few steps to enable the Apache UserDir module on an Ubuntu system, and allow users access to PHP processing for their web space.

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