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I found in the meantime a free software, that looks visually pretty appealing, and in addition has many of the functionalities desired by me. It's called ABC Roster. It is free, but donations accepted. There is also a well explained documentation PDF file and even a wizard helping you set up a schedule when you first start the program. It is shift-based, ...


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Odoo (formerly OpenERP)]1 was started in 2005. Odoo thrives in a unique and fully open ecosystem combining the resources of its open source community, partners’ network and resellers. Language is Python. Licensing is GNU Affero General Public License (also known as AGPLv3)


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There is an open source planning tool, Project Libre. This is compatible with most of the features of Microsoft Project. It is available for Windows, Mac and Linux. It produces all the usual GANTT and PERT charts. It should cover your needs.


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You can check MS Project. It's quite heavy but it's very powerful. You can manage resources, planning, ... https://products.office.com/en-GB/project/project-and-portfolio-management-software?omkt=en-GB


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What about Gitlab . It is not only a code repository but also has a wiki, to-do-lists and an option to organise to-do-lists as Kanban boards. I think a better search feature can be installed with add-ons or third-party plugins for Gitlab.


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Sentry is an event logging platform focused on capturing and aggregating exceptions. Sentry notifies you when your users experience errors in your web and mobile apps and easely you can track them. And, if you wish, it can gives you a monthly report of your scenario. It has integración with several platforms .


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I'am working with rollbar. I'm very pleased. The implementation was very simple. In addition, the first 5000 events are free of charge. I use the Ruby SDK. Her you find the features: https://rollbar.com/product/


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I've used LibGDX, and also some other popular frameworks (Cocos2d-x and Haxe Flixel being the more prominent) but it always boils down to having good tools and nice ecosystem to work with, i.e. level editors, plugins/extensions, community support, and if you don't have a big budget, also open source and free is a must. That's why I always keep coming back to ...


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Why not convert the files as needed, perhaps in memory, with a library for file-format conversion?


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Namely Namely is a web-based platform specializing in core HR and talent management for growing companies. Their product covers payroll and benefits administration, time tracking, performance reviews, and of course, serves as a system of record for all of your employee data. Namely also offers a built in social news feed and custom reports for individual ...


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There is Optaplanner workbench which is a platform for solving planning problems. There is this YouTube video that demonstrates solving a similar problem but with courses also as a constraint but you should be able to customize this using the platform.


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(This is not the full answer, but at least gives you options for well suitable frontend components. You'd have to add the backend yourself.) FullCalendar + Scheduler You could use FullCalendar together with the Scheduler add-on. FullCalendar is an open source, interactive JavaScript calendar component. It is used in quite a lot of calendaring / resource ...


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You can implement all this with the web-based open source software Booked Scheduler as follows: Create one schedule. Create one resource "Test Run" and set it to unlimited availability. This lets users book it in parallel. Create one resource accessory type for each computer cluster. Set the availability of each accessory type to the number of computers in ...


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Have a look at Drupal (free and open source), which runs on (eg) a LAMP stack. It also offers various "distributions", and "contributed modules" related to "calendar"-stuff. A set of teachers These would be the "users" defined in Drupal (whereas multiple "roles" can be used for all types of "permissions"). A set of sessions in one week ...


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Here is a script of Powershell I just wrote. To use it open up "Powershell" (It's in the start menu, already installed) and run it: while ($true) { $available = (get-counter -counter "\Memory\Available Bytes").CounterSamples[0].CookedValue $thresholdInBytes = 100 * 1024*1024; echo $available if($available -lt $thresholdInBytes) { $...


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I'm using similar tool in a form of lightweight plugin for IM client (client used as kind of container), but it takes only few lines of code, so here is "standalone" version: memwarning. It has no configuration, by default it warns when total memory usage is > 90% checking usage every two minutes. It doesn't show any window, just runs in background. If ...


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