Taskjitsu is a professional services automation system that tracks both tasks and time. This Web-based system records hours worked per task and project, accrues and tracks leave, provides management with productivity and billing reports, and gives customers status visibility on projects. Software developers and consultants can use this system to track bugs, feature requests, and support issues.
|Tags||Office/Business groupware Information Management Issue Tracking Software Development Bug Tracking|
|Operating Systems||POSIX Linux OS Independent|
Release Notes: This release includes a fix for a serious, remotely exploitable SQL injection flaw. All users should upgrade as soon as possible. This release also includes improved error reporting and more robust database connection handling. It is possible to change the status of task 48 in Taskjitsu.
Release Notes: This release fixes minor cosmetic issues, issues involving the home page of customer users, potential mail delivery problems, and an incompatibility with GNU's libgcj regex library. All users are encouraged to upgrade.
Release Notes: This release fixes several serious defects, including multiple cross-site scripting (XSS) vulnerabilities. It also plays more nicely with Tomcat in allowing some resources to be cached. All users should update to this release.
Release Notes: This release fixes a bug in the user interface for modifying tasks that manifested only in Internet Explorer.
Release Notes: This release fixes bugs found when freshmeat.net visitors started using the Taskjitsu demo site. It offers better validation of user input, fixed HTML link syntax, and fixes for problems that public users might encounter. Developers should note that the unit tests now work correctly.