At long last, Taskjitsu is here

The software that I’ve worked on for nine years off and on is finally fully released.

Behold… Taskjitsu!

If you help run a software development or consulting organization, please take a look at the product summary, feature list, and screenshots.

Taskjitsu is The Art and Science of Tasks and Time. It tracks tasks (bug reports, feature requests, work assignements), and tracks time (timesheets, pay periods). It can do payroll accounting and time billling by project and customer.

This started out as a Microsoft Access application, went through a Perl larval stage, and emerged as a Java web application. It survived the death of the company I used to work for (they released it under the GPL before turning the lights off; it remains GPL’ed freeware today).

My company, PKR Internet, is providing commercial support for Taskjitsu.

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7 thoughts on “At long last, Taskjitsu is here”

  1. Is there any technical architecture documentation (even just a diagram?) of what you’d need to get it working/installed?

  2. We’re working with a tech writer to come up with a full manual, but it won’t be ready for another month or two. A diagram of the working system and its prerequisites would be helpful, I agree (so I just added Task 3217 regarding this.)

    The easiest path to a commercially supportable working system is getting Red Hat Enterprise Server 3 + Red Hat Application Server with Tomcat 5 running, then to use the RPMs to install.

  3. you’re so cute when you’re geeky. 🙂 i’m sorry i didn’t call, i didn’t get done at the hospital til 2 (doctor ordered X-rays, which meant waiting til the techs came back from lunch at 1). and my friggin arm is swollen from the blood draws. what days do you need next week?

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