[clug-talk] Labor Scheduling

Aaron J. Seigo aseigo at kde.org
Fri May 19 12:24:01 PDT 2006

On Friday 19 May 2006 12:02, Jesse Kline wrote:
> I'm looking into a labor scheduling package for a local non-profit
> organization. I was wondering if anyone was aware of any open source
> solutions. I have a fairly complex set of requirements, the main one being
> that I need it to be able to match employees, clients, and locations and
> match them up based on availability, competencies, and needs. Since this
> may require some custom code, it would be nice to work with something open
> source. So far I have been unable to find anything that really comes close
> to what I'm looking for.

i don't know how automated you need it to be, but taskjuggler might be a 
decent place to start. it's not the simplest software in the world, but 
pretty powerful. and they actually have some GUIs now ;)

Aaron J. Seigo
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