Go For It!
Go For It! is a simple and stylish productivity app, featuring a to-do list, merged with a timer that keeps your focus on the current task. hot
Watson is here to help you monitoring your time. You want to know how much time you are spending on your projects? You want to generate a nice report for your client? Watson is here for you. hot
Alarm Applet is a simple GNOME panel applet that provides a way of letting the user know that a particular time has arrived.
Ants Alarm is an alarm tool designed to be used from cron, it is used to sound an alarm at the time that is set in the users crontab file.
AsmTimer provides a simple dialog window to setup a timer, after which it times the execution of programs for several iterations. Average results are displayed.
Baralga keeps track of the time you spent working on different projects. You can record the time spent on a project or you can manually enter and edit activities. This way you can easily memorize when and how long you have been working on each single project.
C/GTK is a simple, clear, and efficient stopwatch program.
Cloxten is a digital alarm clock and counter. It is able to execute a variety of events and actions at set times, such as send messages, play sounds or music, show a reminder window, open a file, or execute a program.
ctt provides commandline time tracking for geeks.
Dispatcher is a short time scheduler simulator for use in studying operating systems principles, developed at UniversitÓ degli studi di Napoli Federico II.
doing is a command line tool for keeping track of what you're doing and tracking what you've done.
downcount is a very simple timer that displays a countdown. It can display with no window decoration for a cleaner look. It is implemented in Python using PyGtk.
EventWatcher is a KDE application which notifies you about various events. "Events" are pieces of information about, for example, news ticker or blog updates, new emails, user logons, system warnings, hardware events etc.
frequent-task-reminder tracks repetitive tasks by creating pending "work units", which have to be cleared manually. You are reminded of pending work units during login.
gfocustimer captures information about which windows you are spending your time in, to assist with personal scheduling and preparing timesheets.
GNUWash is a GNUstep some-kind-of-egg-timer-Application which is fully configurable.
gremind allows you to set reminders (by time and description) and, when the time expires, notifies you with a discrete popup on the system tray and (optionally) plays a custom sound.
GTimeLog is a small Gtk+ app for keeping track of your time. It's main goal is to be as unintrusive as possible.
GTimer is a timer and report generator for your activities, built using the GTK+ toolkit. It tracks time for one or more tasks simultaneously, allows text annotations to tasks, and can group tasks by projects.
GunStamp can be used whenever accurate timestamping of events are required. What it does, is to syncronize the computer clock to an external time source (a GPS) connected to a serial port, and then use this clock to timestamp events.
hsclock is an accurate multi-zone gtk clock, that can also run in a tty. Currently configuration is solely by commandline options, but a future version maybe support configuration via gtk and a config file.
KAlarm lets you set up alarm/reminder messages via a graphical interface or via the command line. The messages pop up on the screen at the time you specify.
Khrono is a digital watch, timer and countdown for the KDE desktop, distributed under the GNU Public License. It's a nice utility with many features found on regular timers: lap function, reset, start/stop, audio alarm for countdown. It also supports some customization: you can select colour themes and change the audio file played as the alarm.
Kronometer is a stopwatch application with laps recording, lap times sorting, and lots to configure.
Ktt is a time tracker program for KDE 3.0.
Use LsAlarm to remind you of tasks throughout the day. It can be configured to act on any given time of day or at the end of a countdown. It supports display of a reminder message, playing sounds, and running a system command displaying the output.
Memo is a simple alarm clock. It displays your appointments, tells the time and you can set alarms to go off.
MinuteMan is a work time tracking utility. For multiple employers, you can track time for multiple projects, track to-do lists, and generate reports.
Punch is a utility that behaves like a punch clock. You can punch in and out of various projects as well as get the total time worked on any project previously worked on. From any console it is possible to keep track of your working habits and which projects you are devoting time to.
Papertimer displays a simple full-screen countdown timer for session chairs and presentations.
Project Clock lets you record the time you spend on different tasks with a single mouse click.
Project Estimate Tracker
Project Estimate Tracker (PET) is designed to allow teams to track progress and time spent on projects.
Project Hamster helps users to keep track of how much time spent on various activities during the day. Whenever you move from one task to another, you change your current activity in the GNOME applet. Read more
Psyched is a schedule and task management application for GTK. It is task and appointment based, with operations for adding,
modifying, deleting and rescheduling both tasks and appointments.
PTimeTracker is a small Qt-based program that helps you keep track of the time spent on projects. The time in minutes spent on the active project is displayed on the icon and title bar and therefore viewable even when the program is minimised. A detailed report is available on total hours worked on different projects. This report displays the amount of time spent on each of the projects per day.
qomodoro is cross-platform pomodoro timer written in C++ using Qt4.
Qtime is a tool to help you accomplish your goals! Well, at least it provides a convenient way to document your goals in a structured manner.
qtremind is a reminder program using the Qt toolkit and the gdbm library.
Taglog provides an electronic workbook, combining logging of time to projects with keeping a detailed diary of what you actually do. Individual work elements can be tagged by project, allowing you to produce, for example, a record of work on one particular project, even if your time is spread across a number of projects.
tempusfugit is a simple countdown timer. It can make use of D-Bus and libnotify if present, optimizing resouce usage and giving more visually pleasant notifications.
termdown is a countdown timer and stopwatch in your terminal.
ti is a small command line time tracking application.
timeclock software is an employee time and attendance system which keeps track of when your employees sign in and out of work.
TimeIT is a time tracker that works quietly almost without any interaction and still measures the time you are spending on several projects.
Timer Applet is a countdown timer applet for the GNOME panel. You can quickly set a timer and be notified when it finishes. The applet uses a subtle animation and libnotify for notifications, so it lets you continue working while keeping you aware that the timer has finished. You can also add multiple Timer Applets to the panel to have different timers running simultaneously. Timer Applet is small, unobtrusive, and follows the GNOME Human Interface Guidelines.
TimeTracker is an Athena Widget-based program to keep track of time. It puts up a list of projects, and the number of minutes worked on each. You click on the project you want to work on, and it starts counting on that. At the end of the day, it saves the collected data in a file, and you can use a script to process the data.
Timetrap is a simple command line time tracker written in ruby. It provides an easy to use command line interface for tracking what you spend your time on.
TkTimer a Tcl/Tk program for recording elapsed time (especially work-time) for several user-defined tasks.
track time spent: a single user, multi project tool for keeping track of the amount of time spent on a project.
TTrack is a very simple command-line time-tracking tool written in Python. It allows you to create tasks and then track time spent working on them. Aggregate reports of the time spent on tasks can be produced, and arbitrary tags can be applied to tasks for flexible categorisation.
Ultimate Time Tracker (utt) is a simple command-line time tracking application written in Python.
WFYD is a simple time tracker written for GNOME with configurable "nag" support and vCal export capability.