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"H.H. Ding" 01-03-2008 06:03 AM

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Allan Wind 01-03-2008 07:00 AM

Any good todo manager?
 
You may get answers or better ones if you shared with us what "good"
means to you:
http://www.catb.org/~esr/faqs/smart-questions.html

I use vim with todo.txt file for personal tasks, and enable folding for
this file so I only see the top-level tasks by default.

Request Tracker (RT) is what I use for public tasks, so my customers can
see what I work on and get updates along the way.

If you need something in between you may check out some of the stuff
written in javascript like:
http://stickwiki.sourceforge.net/


/Allan


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On Tuesday 01 January 2008 19:12:20 Jonas J=C3=B8rgensen wrote:
> displayconfig-gtk. It hasn't worked on any of the three computers I
> have tried it on -- it either crashes or X refuses to start after
> using it. And my experience doesn't seem to be uncommon.

displayconfig-gtk always worked great for me on Gutsy using an Intel 855.
On Hardy it wont work, maybe due to the new X 7.3.

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On Monday 31 December 2007 02:59:48 Emmet Hikory wrote:
> Users who "need" updated "user-visible" applications are likely best serv=
ed by one of:
> following the normal release cycle, using the -backports repository (perh=
aps selectively), or applying "required" updates to a local mirror for the =
local=20
environment.=20
> --=20
> Emmet HIKORY

Will Synaptic eventually have backports enabled and pined-back, so that an =
user can see there's an update, and MANUALLY select those apps that s/he wa=
nts to=20
update?
Maybe the same should happen with proposed, but not enabled by default.


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"Magnus Therning" 01-03-2008 10:24 AM

Any good todo manager?
 
On 1/3/08, Allan Wind <allan_wind@lifeintegrity.com> wrote:
You may get answers or better ones if you shared with us what "good"
means to you:
http://www.catb.org/~esr/faqs/smart-questions.html


I use vim with todo.txt file for personal tasks, and enable folding for
this file so I only see the top-level tasks by default.
An excellent extension for vim is vimoutliner (packaged in vim-vimoutliner).* It adds quite a bit over a simple text file with folding, without getting in your way.* That's my tuppence anyway ;)


/M

Rick Dooling 01-03-2008 02:36 PM

Any good todo manager?
 
On Jan 3, 2:20 am, Allan Wind <allan_w...@lifeintegrity.com> wrote:

> I use vim with todo.txt file for personal tasks, and enable folding for
> this file so I only see the top-level tasks by default.

Same goes for contact management. Vim + text file. Less is more. Worse
is better.

This article gives tips on command-line searching of text files with
record and field separators.

http://www.linux.com/feature/57894

Note especially the comment following the article on the use of agrep
delimiters. I had never tried agrep, now I use it all the time with
aliases.

Rick


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"Douglas A. Tutty" 01-03-2008 03:05 PM

Any good todo manager?
 
On Thu, Jan 03, 2008 at 03:03:00PM +0800, H.H. Ding wrote:

I use my palm zire for todo and other pim stuff. Even without the palm,
you could use one of the X palm apps. They're intended to let you edit
your data then sync to the palm, but you don't __need__ to sync to the
palm.

Doug.


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Emre Sahin 01-03-2008 03:39 PM

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Rick Dooling <rpdooling@gmail.com> writes:

> On Jan 3, 2:20 am, Allan Wind <allan_w...@lifeintegrity.com> wrote:
>
>> I use vim with todo.txt file for personal tasks, and enable folding for
>> this file so I only see the top-level tasks by default.
>
> Same goes for contact management. Vim + text file. Less is more. Worse
> is better.
>

I use Emacs org-mode (which comes with emacs22 package) for todo and
bbdb (needs separate install) for contact management.

Org-mode homepage:
http://orgmode.org/

Emacs-wiki Org-Mode Page:
http://www.emacswiki.org/cgi-bin/wiki/OrgMode

Emacs-wiki BBDB page:
http://www.emacswiki.org/cgi-bin/wiki/CategoryBbdb#BBDB

Another option for todos is Emacs Planner.
http://www.emacswiki.org/cgi-bin/wiki/PlannerMode

All these options are integrated with other Emacs software like
e-mail, news etc. You can create todos directly from e-mail and follow
hyperlinks to necessary resources etc.

Best,

E.


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Kamaraju S Kusumanchi 02-02-2008 06:59 PM

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> Any good todo manager?

I recommend korganizer for this. It is part of KDE but can be installed on
machines not running KDE as well.

raju

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"Sudev Barar" 02-02-2008 10:56 PM

Any good todo manager?
 
On 03/02/2008, Kamaraju S Kusumanchi <kamaraju@bluebottle.com> wrote:
> > Any good todo manager?
>
> I recommend korganizer for this. It is part of KDE but can be installed on
> machines not running KDE as well.
>

Look at tomboy with reminder extension installed. I have written a
review at http://blog.sudev.in/archives/52

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