gnotime(1)                     The GNOME Project                    gnotime(1)

       gnotime - GnoTime - a time tracker

       gnotime [--display displayname] [--geometry geometry]

       GnoTime is a simple combination of a stopwatch, a to-do-list organizer
       and time-keeping/billing system.

       In its simplest mode of operation, as a stopwatch, it simply counts the
       number of elapsed seconds while the timer is running.  Unlike ordinary
       stopwatches, it will keep a log of each time that the timer was started
       and stopped.  The log, or 'journal', can be annotated with comments,
       allowing a diary of events to be kept.

       GnoTime functions as a billing system by allowing you to assign a value
       to an hour's worth of time.  You can specify overtime, double-overtime
       rates and fixed flat-fees.  Individual chunks of time as 'billable',

       GnoTime can also be used as a simple to-do list tracker.  You can
       assign an urgency as well as an importance to a given project, assign
       an estimated start and end date, specify a sizing and a percent-
       complete value.  Clicking on column headings will sort the list in the
       order of that column.

       Custom reports can be created using standard HTML enhanced with
       embedded Scheme (a LISP -like programming language).

              specifies the X server that gnotime should connect to. Refer to
              the X(1x) manual page for more info.

              specifies the geometry of the main window. The syntax
              [WIDTHxHEIGHT][(+|-)X(+|-)Y] is just like the X toolkit option
              geometry.  See X(1x) for more info.

       You can find more information about GnoTime and its functions in the
       Gnome help system.  Just select Contents from the Help menu to get

       X(1x), the GnoTime Online Help, the GNOME Online Help.

        Copyright (C) 1997,1998 Eckehard Berns
        Copyright (C) 2001 Linas Vepstas <>

GNOME                             12 Oct 2001                       gnotime(1)