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nl-start
Wed Aug 18 2010, 02:10PM
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On August 18th 2010 I released the EasyHours v1.0 plugin.

The EasyHours plugin enables a time writing solution for small or midsized companies that use e107 as their intranet or class restricted extranet.

EasyHours features:
- Admin definable activities/customers/projects/public holidays/work schedules
- Monthly hour writing administration for employees
- Print hour sheets as PDF
- Fuel administration for employees
- Refunds administration for employees
- Company car overview for employees
- Holiday overview for employees
- Enter holidays for employees (optionally to be approved)
- Future holiday overview for managers
- Integrated default e107 template usage
- Admin Area: sort and search functionality on employees
- Admin Area: open/close months for hour entries
- Approved holidays are automatically generated in new opened month
- Admin Area: export to Excel
- Admin Area: create corrections / audit trail on hours registration
- Admin Area: send reminder by e-mail to all employees that did not complete their hour administration yet

Read more on the EasyHours Wiki page.

Download the EasyHours plugin from one of these locations:
http://plugins.e107.org/e107_plugins/psilo/psilo.php?artifact.787
http://e107coders.org/download.php?view.2115
http://e107.webstartinternet.com/download.php?view.139

Default language pack: English. Dutch language pack available.
Other language packs are welcomed; please contact me by PM if you have a finished language pack available.
Arun
Mon Aug 30 2010, 11:22AM

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This is where rel="nofollow" helps, so that one don't loose their Google PR juice and the spammers don't gain any.
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