Ok originally that is what I was thinking of doing, selling the source code for private installs.
In the mean time, I have instead received advice for charging a monthly fee (which I plan on implementing in the next few months at cworklog.com).
Depending on the price or interest, I still may sell the source for private installation, but the problem is what licensing do I put on the source code, and what about upgrades? Since the main site (cworklog.com) will be updated frequently with added features, you may find you want those features.
Since the original post, I've changed the web server to linode
, I have purchased a security certificate
, i have paid programmers and testers
to help get cworklog.com on the road and I am in the middle of working on an windows/macos/linux time-tracker that synchronizes to the server while it is online, and still tracks your time while you are offline (the current GUI only works while online).
In short, in about 3 months, I will have a monthly payment plan to use the secure https://cworklog.com
with all the updates and features.
As far as a private installation, you might want to contact me about rights and what you intend to use it for and perhaps we can come up with something. (email@example.com).
Notes* I am also looking to do an android and iphone app to also monitor offline usage.