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Getting Things GNOME! (GTG) is a personal tasks and TODO-list items organizer for the GNOME desktop environment inspired by the Getting Things Done (GTD) methodology. GTG is designed with flexibility, adaptability, and ease of use in mind so it can be used as more than just GTD software.

GTG is intended to help you track everything you need to do and need to know, from small tasks to large projects.

Read “what’s so special about GTG?”.

GTG uses a very handy text edition system for task creation and edition. The task editor can automatically recognize metadata such as tags and subtasks only by the use of a very simple syntax. If you wanna know more about this, please read Getting Started With GTG.

GTG is developed in python and was started by Lionel Dricot (ploum) and Bertrand Rousseau. They were quickly joined by an enthusiast community of contributors (top commiters).

GTG is still in a early stage of development but is already packed with lots of functionalities. For the next releases, we envision a lot more and we’d like to provide the best user experience that a user ever felt when working with an organization tool. Tight integration with the GNOME desktop environment is also amongst our priorities.

We hope you’ll enjoy Getting Things GNOME!

The current GTG team

Contact us at gtg-contributors_AT_lists.launchpad.net

Lionel Dricot
GTG driver, maintener of modules “core” and “taskeditor”, webmaster
ploum AT-NOSPAM ploum DOT net

Bertrand Rousseau
GTG driver, maintener of module “taskbrowser”, UI responsible, webmaster
bertrand DOT rousseau AT-NOSPAM gmail DOT com

Izidor Matušov
Developer. GTG Maintainer.

Paulo Cabido
Maintainer of module “plugins” and of the plugin “geolocalization”

Luca Falavigna
Debian and Ubuntu packaging, responsible of the PPA

Jonathan Lange
Unit testing and python infrastructure

Kalle Persson
Artwork

Kevin Mehall
Developer. Maintainer of the “Hamster” plugin.

Luca Invernizzi
Developer. Maintainer of the “Tomboy”, “Evolution”, “Notification Area”, “Export”, and “Remember the milk” plugins.

 

And of course all the others that contributed in several ways

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