from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. A book recording the time spent on tasks by employees.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
Office had been in his hip pocket, where he carried his timebook and his scale sheet.
I have to make a life-and-death selection, I would probably go with timebook.
As I understand it, timebook is python-based while timetrap is a ruby version, and they both have similar structures and functions.
The next two are a pair of sorts. timebook and a derivative called timetrap.
The odd part of this little essay is that few of these are in the repositories for the two distros I usually check - Arch or Ubuntu. worklog is in the Ubuntu repos for Dapper onward, and AUR has only timebook-hg to speak of.