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Time Management

We are now running on OpenSource GTD application

written by Giorno on Sunday, 2 October 2011

Children of Chaos,

as it was foreseen long time ago, we finally managed to rewrite our online GTD application and published its source code as OpenSource software under Apache License Version 2.0. During the rewriting we had to alter architecture of the product and split it into 3 (actually 5) separate packages:

  1. Chassis framework, providing basic Session Tracking, Preferences and User Interface classes.
  2. N7 application container, a lightweight
  3. GTD, which comprises GTD compliant Stuff application and Address Book.

Two aforementioned extra packages are:

  1. 3rd party software used by Chassis and, to various degree, N7 and GTD. Separated from the sources as it contains software, which has different license or has own development and release cycle.
  2. ClosedSource public web interface for service. As this is only thin layer providing base

Although there is a lot of improvements to features, Look&Feel and few fixes of pretty annoying bugs from the past, product has same functionality as previous version, therefore this time we do not provide standard release notes. Another reason is that current versions of packages deployed at the site are first Beta versions in accordance to Perpetual Beta concept. So far service is translated into English, Slovak and Czech, but there is undergoing effort to provide more localizations, German and Russian, to be precise.

Please, you are all welcome to try it yourself, use it and if you find bug or get an idea for improvement or new feature, please share it through the site features (you must be signed in for that) or here in discussion. You are also encouraged to participate in the development, it should be pretty easy now, when we are OpenSource. That way or another, just give us shout so we know about each other.

The place to start is

Thank you all for your patience and we promise that we will try to continue our work.

So say we all!


written by Giorno on Thursday, 1 September 2011

Hell bells!

yesterday we migrated our online GTD application along with blogs to new server. Anybody, who notices anything unusual, please give us shout in discussion.

Thank you all for your prayers. It works.

BTW: we will shortly update the application with new version. There is a box full of surprises for you. Stay tuned.

Version 0.1.9 Harriet

written by Giorno on Saturday, 8 January 2011

New year, new false promises!

As First Engineer of this project has finished his academic career so he has more time now, we hope we will finally bring this app OpenSource. Unfortunatelly not in this version. This one is numbered 0.1.9 and codenamed Harriet after Battle of Mount Harriet, small British victory in Falklands War.
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Version 0.1.8 Harlaw

written by Giorno on Saturday, 16 October 2010
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Good news, everyone! Projects are here!

In past two weeks we worked hard on new version of our online GTD service, version 0.1.8, codenamed Harlaw after Battle of Harlaw, which took place in Scotland and was fought between forces of Scottish Highland clans and royal regent of Scotland. In this version we bring support for Projects, what indisputably good news are. This feature will be continuously developed and any suggestions or complaints are welcome. You can use discussions here, on the blog or form in My Account section. Click here to proceed to GTD application. [read more...]

Version 0.1.7 Syracuse

written by Giorno on Thursday, 30 September 2010
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We apologize to all our community. It has been a long time since last update, but we have a good excuse even you would not believe it. Last night we upgraded our online GTD service to version 0.1.7, codenamed Syracuse after Battle of Syracuse, conflict which Archimedes had died in. [read more...]

Print your book from Wikipedia

written by Giorno on Monday, 16 August 2010

Today I discovered unique feature in Wikipedia: a way to create your own book as compilation of Wikipedia articles and to download it as PDF or ODT ( format). Third option is to order printed book. This is awesome idea for students, teachers or as way to give original present. Even MBAs can do it. Try it yourself.

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Irregular maintenance

written by Giorno on Sunday, 6 June 2010

Our dear blind followers,

certain issues were fixed few weeks ago and we have just performed irregular maintenance. It was successful, but still if you experience strange behavior, please feel free to post it into discussion here on blog or write a Jabber message to We apologize for any inconvenience caused by our actions.

Your monkeys

What’s better? To focus on present or past?

written by Giorno on Monday, 31 May 2010

One of the gems of Time Management science. I just had to post it, even if just to avoid loosing it. Professor Philip Zimbardo’s proceeding used as narration for this unique RSA Animate cast. Enjoy!

Bugfix 0.1.6 for Gmail issue

written by Giorno on Wednesday, 6 January 2010
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User Blaž has reported serious bug in underlying libraries used for our GTD service, which was causing not displaying system generated messages in Gmail and perhaps also in other e-mail clients. Bug was fixed today, but we encourage you to report any odd behavior.

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Version 0.1.5 Borneo

written by Giorno on Tuesday, 15 December 2009

After long time we bring you few fixes and small enhancements of our online GTD service. Version 0.1.5 is codenamed Borneo after winter Battle of Borneo, in which Japan empire got access to oil fields in Miri and Seria. [read more...]