1. Taskwarrior

    I've used a lot's of tools to get a grip on my todo lists for work, for the scouting movement, for technical projects, household, etc. Started by using pen and paper, switched to a little notebook (which I still use for short-term tasks) to start using software to organize them.

    I've used evernote, gtasks, tracks, github issues, gitlab issues, redmine tickets, in short plenty passed by only tracks survived. I still use it for my work related projects, everyday at 8:30AM I get my list of tasks for that day. That way I have some sort of control on …

  2. Tracks

    To get an overview of my todo's I used to list them in google tasks. Back in time I was convinced it would nicely integrate with all tools software and distributions I would use. After some month's I figured out it wouldn't.

    So I searched on the web for software which would take that task over from google. I used to play with several tools, from trac, to chiliproject to redmine. All those tools worked very nice but were some overkill to only manages todo lists.

    In the meantime I installed gitlabhq, tried to abuse the issues there to manage …

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