You may find a fully-functioning demo version of OpenSkedge running at http://demo.openskedge.org The application resets itself every day at 00:00 UTC. The username is
admin and the password is
Read the wiki article on installation and upgrading.
Deployment on Pagoda Box
Read the section on Pagodabox deployment on the installation & upgrading article.
What is OpenSkedge?
OpenSkedge is a reinvention of Employee Scheduler, a flexible employee scheduling application designed for companies and organizations (such as education institutions with student workers) which require fluid shift scheduling.
What is OpenSkedge not?
OpenSkedge is not a general purpose, or a one-stop everything-but-the-kitchen-sink scheduling application. It’s for assigning positions to people at certain times during certain time periods that they have marked themselves available. It won’t schedule your meetings (at least, not yet).
Who is behind OpenSkedge?
Max Fierke, an open-source developer and student at the University of Minnesota. He does a lot of other stuff too. He created OpenSkedge during his winter break. He also has a site you can go to.
License and Copyright
OpenSkedge, technically a derivative work of Employee Scheduler, is available under the GNU General Public License version 3 or later. See src/OpenSkedge/AppBundle/Resources/meta/LICENSE for more details.
Authors and Contributors
- Copyright 2012-2013 Max Fierke (@maxfierke)
- Copyright 2012-2013 University of Minnesota - Carlson School of Manangement
- Copyright 2003 Brigham Young University (For the bits of Employee Scheduler present)
Projects that OpenSkedge uses
- Twitter Bootstrap by @twitter
- TODC Bootstrap by @todc
- TODC Datepicker by @todc
- Colorpicker for Bootstrap by Stefan Petre
- TableSorter by @lovepeacenukes
- Symfony 2.3 LTS, Doctrine and dependencies specified in composer.json
Thanks to the following Employee Scheduler developers
- John Finlay (Developer of Employee Scheduler)
- Carl Allen (Developed time clock functionality for the UofMN with Joe Krall)
- Joe Krall (Developed time clock functionality for the UofMN with Carl Allen)