Yesterday we printed Getting Things Gnome’s future plans and we mentioned about GTG’s cloud sync features. What we missed was this awesome video that shows collaborative features of GTG via Jabber(XMPP) accounts.
Para-Doxe sent us the link of Izidor Matusov’s work, enjoy ;)
GTG is a very practical App for helping you schedule your everyday tasks and jobs. It has some fanatical users -there is a reason for it- and I personally prefer it over Evolution calendar. It seems that goes very “project-oriented” and loses its minimalistic style and as GTG devs say:
“It is not made to just handle a bunch of simple lists (groceries, etc.). it is a tool that allows people to identify and track down everything they have to do and help them to organize themselves. So, contrary to simple todo list tools, GTG allow to implement an *personal organization system*”
but GTG wants to be simple, yet powerful..
“Our model is gedit: at its core, it appears as a clean and basic text editor, but when you start to use it, you can customize it quite a lot, so that in the end not 2 people exactly use the same way.”