Uni Timetable Manager
“How we spend our days is, of course, how we spend our lives.”
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The timetable manager calculates the best possible timetable you can choose this semester. You can select which criteria to optimise against, such as the number of days at uni, the average start time, the total time at uni or even the longest block of consecutive classes. There's also a swish drag-drop interface for making manual adjustments.
I'm finally moving all of my websites/blogs for the Uni Timetable Manager (previously the UQ Timetable Manager) to one place - right here! Hope you don't mind a dose of minimalistic web design.
7 June 2010 — Version 2.1 fixes the SI-net bug. I'd like to extend a big thanks to Jeremy Herbert, who patched the problem with the SI-net parser and rewrote the whole importer to be much nicer. Welcome to the dev team!
4 June 2010 — Recent updates to SI-net have caused the importer to fail. Should have a fix ready by next week. Thanks to everyone who emailed me!
My name's Jack Valmadre, I'm a mechatronic engineering student at the University of Queensland. This program was my personal project to learn C# in first and second year. The source code currently stands at around 11,000 lines, not including auto-generated code. It is available under the GNU General Public License.
Feel free to contact me with bugs, suggestions, or any other feedback. Fire an e-mail to email@example.com or track me down at uni.