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    Michael Kargl commented  · 

    Yesterday a colleague has showed me ManicTime. I've been writing on a software for visualizing activities with XR and other fun stuff. It would be super cool to be able to write plugins for ManicTime

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    Michael Kargl commented  · 

    Seconded, with MySQL support, or any other non-microsoft database, you could store your data on a linux machine and, with .NET Core, even run the server without having to setup a full fledged enterprise grade windows server :)

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