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  • pyGTD

    A Python script to do multiple todo lists, plus categorization:

    http://96db.com/blog/General/GettingThingsDone.htm

    It's early in it's development, but will be usable on any platform which has Python (including Windows, Mac OSX, Linux and the Palm).

    It's licensed under the GPL.

    Very nice for those of us who perfer to use multiple text files to organize our lists.

  • #2
    Re: pyGTD

    Originally posted by gammasync
    A Python script to do multiple todo lists, plus categorization:

    http://96db.com/blog/General/GettingThingsDone.htm

    It's early in it's development, but will be usable on any platform which has Python (including Windows, Mac OSX, Linux and the Palm).

    It's licensed under the GPL.
    It's pretty cool.. but I have a question. I mark something complete (set C=100) and it just seems to get overwritten next time I run the script.

    Other comments..

    You might want to add the following at the top of your script:

    Code:
    #!/usr/local/bin/python
    import os
    Additionally, you say it's licensed under the GPL; however you have not included any license information in your distribution. It's not enough to just say something is GPL'd. Furthermore, in your script you say:

    Code:
    # This code may be used by anyone for any purpose. Knock yourself out.
    # Configuration variables
    Which isn't exactly GPLish.

    Any chance you'd be willing to expand upon the thinking behind your equations?

    Finally, can you elaborate on your methodology of ranking the music on your iPod?

    Thanks for the script, and the ideas..

    --Steve

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    • #3
      One more thing..

      You should look at datetime.timedelta. It's a standard module that would probably save you some hassle with your dateDelta() func.

      --Steve

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