Work Tracking Facilitator (WTF) is a simple time tracking system designed to minimize the amount of time users spend tracking time. It tracks project time, non-project tasks, and notes daily. Reports and administrative features exist for managers.
WTF is intended for medium to small companies (less than 1000 users). It is not intended to be a comprehensive tracking system. Rather, it intentionally cuts corners and makes certain assumptions so that for the use-cases it supports, it may be most efficient. An instance of Bugzilla is required for WTF to properly function. Although WTF does not necessarily require Bugzilla code, it does assume the existence of a functional Bugzilla database (in MySQL) from which it can pull user account information and open projects.
When WTF synchronizes with the Bugzilla database, it checks the user account table and open bugs. Bugs that have the component of "Tracking" and are not marked "Closed" should display as open projects in WTF. Against these users are allowed to track time.
· Perl (version 5.8 or later)
· MySQL (version 4 or later)
What's New in This Release:
· Fixed a bug that resulted in daily email notifications being sent to inactive user accounts.
· Added a feature that sets the Bugzilla bug state trigger for open/close projects based on a configuration entry in the configuration file.
· Added an Activity Summary download button, which downloads an Excel report for the activity of a given month.
· Fixed two bugs with the Copy Last Data function, which prevented data from being saved (and sometimes would copy forward data that wasn't necessarily the last data).