[dev] Hermes and the EuG

Ralf Lang lang at b1-systems.de
Wed May 15 11:26:26 UTC 2019

Hi Sebastian,

Am 15.05.19 um 10:54 schrieb Sebastian Birnbach:
> The EuG has decided that every employer is obliged to track working hours
> of his employees. Sounds to me like just the task for the Hermes app.
> Hermes 2.0 appears to be in beta, but I cannot see for how long it has
> been, nor if there is an upcoming release any time soon. Can anybody
> provide a little more information please?

Last time I checked, Hermes out of git worked well enough. You can
define deliverables and work types and log times against it.
Clients are pulled from the clients/ api, which by default should be
served by turba iirc.

I don't think a proper pear release of hermes is on the top of anybody's
agenda though (maybe Jan knows).

Do you run a pear-based install or a git checkout?
The hermes from git should work well with a recent horde from pear install.

If not, give me a wink and I will add hermes to the maintaina composer
test case.


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