phpGroupWare (formerly known as webdistro) is a multi-user groupware suite written in PHP. Its provides a Web-based calendar, todo-list, addressbook, email, news headlines, and a file manager. The calendar supports repeating events. The email system supports inline graphics and file attachments. The system as a whole supports user preferences, themes, user permissions, multi-language support, an advanced API, and user groups.
phpSched is an application for the creation and management of shift-based schedules. Current features include template creation, managing multiple departments, multiple shift types (regular shift, Supervisor shift, etc.), email notification, asking for or offering shifts, schedule publishing, and validation.
phpTimeSheet is a Web-based system to keep track of workers' times on various jobs. The time information is stored in a MySQL database. Hours worked are linked to a specific worker, job, and company, and the system is administered through a password-protected Web interface. Simple reports of the hours may be generated by worker, job and company.
Project-Based Calendaring System (PBCS) is an open source Web-based calendaring system, designed to be a useful tool for project managers or project planners. It allows users to have appointments of multiple people in one overview, making it easy to plan appointments for projects in the future. There are special overviews to see all appointments at once for a week or a month. There is also a section to add notes or reminders.
PTimeTracker is a small Qt-based program that helps you keep track of the time spent on projects. The time in minutes spent on the active project is displayed on the icon and title bar and therefore viewable even when the program is minimised. A detailed report is available on total hours worked on different projects. This report displays the amount of time spent on each of the projects per day.
Remind is a full-featured calendar/reminder program featuring sophisticated date calculation, moon phases, sunrise/sunset, Hebrew calendar, alarms, PostScript output, an X front-end, multilingual messages, and proper handling of holidays. It also includes scripts for making a nice WWW calendar server.