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Project Hamster helps you to keep track of how much time you spend on various activities during the day. Whenever you move from one task to another, you change your current activity in the Hamster application.
It can present graphical statistics of how long you have spent on each task, and may be useful for project management or keeping employee timesheets. (apps.ubuntu.com)
sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install hamster-indicator
Run (terminal or Alt+F2):
Hamster autostart (Alt+F2):
Startup Applications Add Name: "Hamster Indicator" | Command: "hamster-indicator" | Comment: "Activity tracking"
To start tracking, type in the activity name in the input box and hit the Enter key. There are a few tricks that will allow you to specify more detail on the fly:
- Use the @ symbol to add a category
- Everything after a comma (,) will be stored in the description field
- To specify time on the fly, enter it first in the input box
Hamster Indicator on the Unity panel
- gconftool-2 --set "/apps/hamster-indicator/show_label" --type bool "true"
- gconftool-2 --set "/apps/hamster-indicator/show_label" --type bool "false"
Hamster activity record examples
Forgot to note the important act of watering flowers over lunch:
12:30-12:45 watering flowers
Need more tomatoes in the garden. Digging holes is purely informational, so added it as a description:
tomatoes@garden, digging holes
Corrected information by informing application that I've been doing something else for the last seven minutes. Relative times only work for ongoing activities without an end time:
-7 existentialism, thinking about the vastness of the universe
On top of that you can add tags in the tag input field. Tags are delimited by a comma. Press the Tab when the suggestion box appears to complete the input to the first matching tag.
- About | Project Hamster
- Backup Project Hamster Data, askubuntu.com
- Install Hamster Indicator (Time Tracking Tool) In Ubuntu. Andrew | Posted: July 28, 2011 | Updated: July 27, 2011
- Hamster Indicator Is Time Tracking Applet For Ubuntu Linux