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cfoley
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  • Useful and enlightening for me too! I have just gone over it again to make sure I had captured everything, and in the process came up with an idea that might breathe life into an old project for one of my freelance clients. Thanks for being so forthcoming with ideas and comments....
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  • Thanks everyone for the thoughtful and helpful replies.



    I didn't think of making a project for the lawn. The project name you suggested clearly defines the scope too. I like this a lot and I might be able to apply the same principle to other areas. Thanks also for the examples....
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  • Is using automation harmful?

    Something that is beginning to worry me is that my computerised list manager has too much automation, and that having things automated keeps me less engaged with my lists. At the moment I'm using the fields "Repeat" and "Start Date" to automate things and I don't know if that's wise....
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  • I think I have achieved some clarity on this.

    I am rereading Making it all Work. Near the start, David Allen says the calendar is a great example of a list that relieves stress for one aspect of our lives and that we need lists for other aspects of our lives -- as many lists as it takes....
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  • This is exactly how I started. I use git from the command line which keeps things low-level enough to learn how it works. The utility gitk shows a nice graphical diagram of your commits and branches. Updating the display as I use git helps me understand what's going on. To show all branches and let...
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  • Thanks for the great reply. My setup is slightly different from yours. My code lives in a central repository and I can check out a working copy for any project on any computer I use. I set up a seperate Eclipse or Visual Studio environment for every working copy. This works for me very well as it doesn't...
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  • GTD and Computer Programming

    Programming has been my hobby for as long as I can remember. It's a large part of my day job, I moonlight as a freelance programmer and I have several hobby projects. However, I can't seem to organise the projects and actions into my GTD system in a way that helps me.

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    Tips for coding with GTD?

    Programming has been my hobby for as long as I can remember. It's a large part of my day job, I moonlight as a freelance programmer and I have several hobby projects. However, I can't seem to organise the projects and actions into my GTD system in a way that helps me.

    Software codebases...
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