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DoBeeDo

   0.3.0  

KDE Groupware/PIM

Score 63%
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Version Control:  Link
Homepage:  Link
Issue Tacker:  Link
Downloads:  236
Submitted:  Apr 17 2010
Updated:  Nov 27 2010

Description:

DoBeeDo is a todo list manager for KDE that tries to be easy and fast to use.

Features:
* Tasks grouped by due date
* Categorize your tasks and show tasks from only one category
* Different priority levels with different background and font colors
* save additional text for tasks
* tray icon that shows if you have tasks to do
* select when done tasks are deleted (default is after closing the application)

Install:
mkdir build
cd build
cmake -DCMAKE_INSTALL_PREFIX=`kde4-config --prefix` ../
make
make install

Note: you need to have KDE 4.4 or newer installed

For Debian Testing users, there is an apt repository by Slavko: http://slavino.sk/ulozisko-apt

For Arch Linux users, there is a PKGBUILD in AUR: http://aur.archlinux.org/packages.php?ID=36597




Changelog:

Version 0.1.0
* Initial Release

Version 0.2.0
* Decide the category of a task while creating it
* DoBeeDo checks now for a new day
* Don't quit when you close the window but hide to system tray (thanks to emyller)
* translation support + German translation
* Fixed a bug that mixed up the categories of the tasks
* fixing some other bugs

Version 0.2.1
* Slovak translations (thanks to Slavko!)
* making the life of translators and packagers a bit easier

Version 0.3.0
* checkboxes :-)
* select when to delete done tasks (immediately/when quitting/never)
* start DoBeeDo in system tray
* change the font color depending on the priority




LicenseGPL
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Debian(Debian Testing (amd64) by Slavko)
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 Akonadi

 
 by antonisk on: Apr 17 2010
 
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Hello,

Thank you for your work!

Have you considered using Akonadi as a backend?


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 Re: Akonadi

 
 by Fxrh on: Apr 18 2010
 
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Hi,

not yet, but that may be a good idea for a future release (I just don't know how to integrate Akonadi, but that should be doable). Thanks for your idea!

Felix


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 repository

 
 by emyller on: Apr 26 2010
 
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Hello;

I liked this project and would like to contribute to it with code/ideas.
Is there any git repository? If not, please create put it on gitorious :)


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 Re: repository

 
 by Fxrh on: Apr 26 2010
 
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I'm happy you like it and I would welcome code and ideas from you. I have a git repo at http://github.com/Fxrh/DoBeeDo, but you could also use the "Version Control" link above ;-)


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 Re: Re: repository

 
 by emyller on: Apr 27 2010
 
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Oh, really didn't see that link. Okay! :)


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 A nice start

 
 by moon115 on: Nov 18 2010
 
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I like the directness of this application, very nice.

A couple notes / feature requests:
I would love to see check boxes next to the tasks,
this would allow one to keep a record of completed tasks.
Removing tasks when complete does not allow me to look back and see if and when I did something.

Allow configuration of font colors along with the background colors (priorities)

Last, the "Done" button in the bottom right corner is confusing, I expected it to close the window,
instead it removed the task. Perhaps "Task Complete" or "Remove Task" or "Remove" might be more appropriate.
Of course the button won't even be needed if check boxes are added :-)


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 Re: A nice start

 
 by Fxrh on: Nov 18 2010
 
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First: Thanks for the feedback!

The thing with the font colors should be easy, so you can expect that in the next release. I also will rethink the thing with the done button.

I also want to add checkboxes for the tasks, but I'm not yet sure how to make it. It's nice to see what you have already done, but tasks that are done should not stay there forever, and I don't want to force the user to first check the task and then remove it manually.

One possibility would be to remove checked tasks after a while (maybe at the end of the session). Or I could add a counter which shows how many tasks you already have done today, just for motivating reasons :-)

If you have any other ideas, I would like to hear them.

Felix


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 Start in systray only

 
 by slavko on: Nov 23 2010
 
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It is great work!

IMO only option to start without main window (by autorstat) is missing...

It may be configuration option or command line option, or both :-)


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 Re: Start in systray only

 
 by Fxrh on: Nov 24 2010
 
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I've done this in git (as a config option), so it will be in the next release.


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 Re: Start in systray only

 
 by slavko on: Nov 24 2010
 
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nice to know, i will to wait to next release ;-)


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 Remote Sync

 
 by meresda on: Nov 27 2010
 
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Maybe something for the roadmap could be remote sync. I see a lot of potential for this . . . maybe I can finally ditch my last windows apps - mylifeorganized - haven't found an open source replacement yet.


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 Re: Remote Sync

 
 by Fxrh on: Nov 27 2010
 
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I'm not sure what you mean exactly. Remote Sync with what/how? I could use some third-party service like Remember The Milk (this is btw. something I have on my feature wish list), but I can't create an own service as I don't have the server or the knowledge to do so.

Hope you enjoy version 0.3.0 anyway, even though there are no sync features :-)

Felix


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 Re: Re: Remote Sync

 
 by meresda on: Nov 27 2010
 
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Downloading v 0.3 at the moment, thanks! With MyLifeOrganized, I can sync to a file anywhere. For example, I keep a file on my webserver, so I can keep my work, and home pc's in sync with each other. Being able to use RTM would be awesome.


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 Switch from KDE dependency

 
 by slavko on: Nov 29 2010
 
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And what about switching from KDE dependency and create it as pure Qt, to make it usable for others, without KDE installed?


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 Re: Switch from KDE dependency

 
 by Fxrh on: Dec 4 2010
 
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I don't think I will switch from KDE to Qt, because it really looks better in KDE if you use the KDE libs and I have also used some kde-only features (for example if you edit a todo item, the date chooser is kde only).
Of course, I could make 2 applications, one with kde and the other one qt-only, but that would take time and I would prefer to put that time into new features.
Anyway, if someone else would like to do that, it should not be too hard (I'm using github for version control, see link above).


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