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  • If you bash out some requirements (like how you want to use it, how much information you're likely to be wanting, whether you'll be wanting alerts, prioritising (by importance, by time it has been on the list, by function of the previous two, whatever), and all that sort of stuff), then we could be near a start.

    I'm tempted to do the 'start a committee' approach, make a mailing list (can do myself; with web archive), invite people and see what people want in a TODO program. I, for one, also wouldn't mind on
      ---ict / Spoon
    • I'll put more thought into a an additonal comment later, but to expand...

      One reason I tend to email myself so many little
      notes is I have a custom CLI mailer I wrote
      It ought to be about that easy to add an entry.
      (I should add the ability to invoke EDITOR)

      So there might be multiple interfaces, given
      the requirements of incredible ease of use,
      and access form anywhere. I'd guess a web interface, and some kind of CLI that might
      map over it.

      Another thing is that management
      Were that I say, pancakes?
      • FWIW, I've started using my POD Wiki for my Todo list. This enables me to add many different structures, and also allows me the freedom to create links from ideas to full blown project pages.

        I've only just started doing it, so I'll know better how it's going in about 6 months!
        • How well does it work?
          I haven't gotten much done with this project.

          I was just thinking about it today, and decided
          to start working on the transports soon. Had
          some other ideas too. Like using GPG. And maybe
          using MH mail as a possible backend/interface.
          Were that I say, pancakes?