Waiting room management software

timmic snapshot
  1. What is Timmic ?
  2. Installation
  3. Starting the server
  4. Starting the client
  5. Snapshots
  6. Version History
  7. Source Code
  8. Copyright

What is Timmic ?

Timmic is a collaborative waiting room management software for medical cabinet (health, dentistery...) either hostpital. Easy to use, Timmic provides critical information about your cabinet status.


To quickly setup Timmic (both server and client):

Starting the server

Open the server installation directory (the one you choose during installation process) and:

Once the server is started, you can check the installation at the following url: http://yourserver:8080/timmic where yourserver is either computer name or your ip address.

Starting client

The login window must appear (sometimes after a short delay due connexion timeout duration). It is probable that you will have to setup the server address.

At first installation startup, the database is empty without any user information data. To login the first time and setup users, use:

This user must not be used for later work.


Login window
Cabinet window
Cabinet view
Agenda window
Agenda view (day mode)
Info window
Information lateral panel
Users panel

Snapshots are taken in French on Mac Os X (development platform)

Latest Timmic version is: timmic-2.0alpha3

Please refer to Sourceforge's bug tracker system to report bugs.

In this release:
Known issues:
Bug fixes:

Change history available here

Source Code

The source code for Timmic is available. It is compacted as a simple .tar.gz file. All necessary libraries necessary for compilation, deployment and execution are availlable at sourceforge project's page.


Original concept : Dr François PETIT, plastoc surgeon exercising in Paris. (www.docteur-petit.fr)

Realization : Frédéric SAVINO, software engineer in Bordeaux.

Timmic is distributed under the terms of a LGPL license and hosted by SourceForge.
Timmic logo and icons is courtasy of Stéphane Jungers.
Spanish version is available thanks to Federico Misael.

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