Re: [dev] organizing programs

From: Viktor Grigorov <>
Date: Sat, 13 May 2023 23:26:15 +0200 (CEST)

I use a a a timer zsh script that has a timer/countdown and alarm options, the former of which can easily serve as a pomodo technique utility.
There was a todo dash script using dmenu, if you input a new item it gets added, otherwise an existed is removed from the file.
Can share if interested.
Pen and paper work best for me when it comes to tasks.

May 13, 2023, 23:01 by

> Heyhey!
> Страхиња Радић <> wrote:
>> On 23/05/12 02:11PM, LM wrote:
>> > I'd be curious to know what tools other people use on the list to
>> > handle organizational jobs such as time and task scheduling, todo
>> > lists, habit tracking, displaying/printing calendars, etc. Any
>> > recommendations? If you use more than one application, which programs
>> > work together or chain well? Thanks.
> Just chiming in with that years ago I was trying out taskwarrior as
> well but after neglecting this system for years I have simply used a
> ~/TODO.txt file at work.
> I always order the items in there according to priority and delete the
> items I have finished using vim. This system has worked very well for
> me and I haven't seen a need to change it yet. Your mileage may vary!
> Cheers,
> Silvan
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