Introducing Pytask!

Pytask, is a project i have been working on for the past 9 months or so, it is a simple todo-list management app and originally it started off as an experiment for when i was first venturing into the world of python. Now though, my days are spent either writing and helping out with the Ubuntu Manual Project or getting serious with Pytask.

In any case, my wish for this year is to completely revamp Pytask and to extend its feature set to something i never imagined would ever happen with such a small hobby project. I am currently porting it over to the Quickly app, which i see as a great and easy way to manage any small projects, especially ones that scratch an itch. Another little app i frequently use is called Acire, which is a great app if your fairly new to pygtk programming and just want to get started easily and without having to first get confused by all those really old tutorials sprinkled all over the internet.

Stay tuned for more news and progress on Pytask!

In other news, the Ubuntu Manual Project has already fixed over 530 bugs reported via our website, so thanks to everyone who has jumped on board and helped out from the OMG!ubuntu! community.


3 Comments on “Introducing Pytask!”

  1. The most amazing page I read ever =D

  2. Keep working, great job! Exactly the thing I needed.

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