We need a basic laboratory electronic logbook function that can be accessed via the internet, possibly even at least viewable on phones.
Currently all we need is user logging of events, attaching of some screenshots, and notes of status of the parts of the experimental system. It should require someone to enter their name or to log in/out so that deliberately (or lazily) anonymous entries are hard to make.
It needs to be easily searchable: "When did the thing happen? Who said so?"
We don't have any resident computer wiz to do anything fancy. We have a Windows based Synology NAS system which could manage it or it could run on one of the other Windows PCs, but if it were hosted somehow then it would be more easily viewable online. I like the idea of hosting on the NAS because we don't lose everything if someone forgets to pay for the web-hosting.
Also eLabFTW may be overkill for what we need.
I suppose I could script something in Python and have it running on an internet-connected computer, but I'm not a internet wiz in Python, at least not yet.
Pythonlogbook exists, but I'm not sure it fits.