Seeti is a tiny program that computes how much time has been spent on a project
Seeti is a tiny program that computes how much time has been spent on a project. It’s potentially useful for people who work by themselves, and/or for those who are working on personal projects.
It’s intended to be pretty simple and straightforward, designed to be used at home by its creator. The USAGE document describes how to use the program, in less than five minutes you surely will be to enjoy all Seeti’s features.
Just out of curiosity, ‘seeti’ means ‘my clock’ in Arabic.
If you want to get in touch, don’t hesitate to send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also follow @GabrielOliverio on Twitter to keep updated about Seeti’s releases and new programs.
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