|Stable release||1.10.5 (available from select outlets only; see article) / December 9, 2014|
|Written in||C++ (Gtkmm)|
|Operating system||Linux, Cross-platform|
|License||GNU General Public License|
Latest stable release
As of December 2014: The official Workrave website implies that the latest stable Workrave release is 1.10, but this is incorrect. In fact, the latest stable release for Linux is 1.10.5, and the latest stable release for Windows is 1.10.1.
Similar RSI-prevention utilities include:
- pokoy, works on Linux
- RSIBreak, works on Linux
- Xwrits, works on Linux
- AntiRSI, works on Mac OS X
- the "Typing Break" feature in GNOME which can be enabled in the GNOME keyboard preference panel
- 5 Minute Break, works on Windows
- List of repetitive strain injury software
- Workrave: Developer information
- Ryan Cartwright (2008-05-28). "Workrave : combating RSI the free software way". Free Software Magazine. The Open Company Partners. Retrieved 2008-08-24.
- David A. Harding (2007-10-03). "Workrave fights repetitive strain injuries". Linux.com. SourceForge, Inc. Retrieved 2008-08-24.
- Jono Bacon (2004-05-05). "Repetitive software injury". O'Reilly ONLamp Blog. Blog of O'Reilly Media, Inc. Retrieved 2008-08-25.
- "Releases - rcaelers/workrave". GitHub. Retrieved 2014-12-19.
- "Workrave - Browse /workrave at SourceForge.net". SourceForge website. Dice Holdings. Retrieved 2014-12-19.
|Wikimedia Commons has media related to Workrave.|
- Official website
- "Operating Your Body at Peak Performance", a Linux Journal column about xwrits, RSIBreak, and Workrave
- Alexander Todorov (2007-09-06). "Workrave–listen to the sheep". Red Hat Magazine. Red Hat, Inc. Retrieved 2008-08-24.
- "How Open Source Saved My Neck", a An InternetNews.com column by Sean Michael Kerner about Workrave
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