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Akuna
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Post by Akuna » 14. Dec 2009, 09:08

GTG => Getting Things GNOME!

http://gtg.fritalk.com/

Simple task management application compatible with the 'Getting Things Done' method.

Whoever you are, who may build this package for Salix... Thank you very much in advance. :)
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Re: GTG

Post by damNageHack » 14. Dec 2009, 09:30

Interesting that some people need the computer also for organizing themselfs. A live without it has got unimaginable then.

SCNR, just kidding.

Annotation: I begin to use my smartphone for organisational tasks, too. Before I had a huge paper calendar at the wall, writing with pencil on it all the time.
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Re: GTG

Post by fredg » 27. Dec 2009, 11:52

I have built and use etm (Events and Task Manager).
http://www.duke.edu/~dgraham/ETM/

You can slapt-get it to see if it suits your need.

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Re: GTG

Post by Akuna » 27. Dec 2009, 12:14

Thanks Fred. :)
However I'm looking for something applicable to the GTD method out of the box.
I'll have more time on my hand soon. Will build it if no one else gets there first.
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Re: GTG

Post by fredg » 27. Dec 2009, 13:31

Quoted from ETM :
GTD

Making Getting Things Done easier is etm's goal. Getting Things Done, commonly abbreviated as GTD, is an action management method, and the title of a extremely popular book by David Allen. GTD rests on the common sense notion that with a complete and current inventory of all commitments, organized and reviewed in a systematic way, the mind is freed from the job of remembering everything that needs to be done, and can focus on actually performing those tasks.
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Re: GTG

Post by Akuna » 27. Dec 2009, 15:43

:D

Better play with it then....

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Re: GTG

Post by gapan » 27. Dec 2009, 17:57

For anyone willing to try, just don't, at least not until at least salix 13.1. It needs a newer gtk than the one slackware 13.0 has. There are probably going to be new gtk packages in slackware-current soon though.
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Re: GTG

Post by Shador » 27. Dec 2009, 18:38

gapan wrote:For anyone willing to try, just don't, at least not until at least salix 13.1. It needs a newer gtk than the one slackware 13.0 has. There are probably going to be new gtk packages in slackware-current soon though.
Thanks, gapan. Same problem with ario. :?
Waiting eagerly for the new gtk.
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Re: GTG

Post by thenktor » 28. Dec 2009, 00:08

Shador wrote:Thanks, gapan. Same problem with ario. :?
Waiting eagerly for the new gtk.
Before opening a Salix current tree we will at least wait until problems with new gcc version are sorted out. So you have to wait a bit longer ;)
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