Getting Things GNOME!
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.
See GTG's webpage for general information and screenshots.
User Documentation : How to use Getting Things GNOME! to get things done
Install GTG: Quick how-to on on to install GTG
Proposals & Blueprints : Proposals & Blueprints for new GTG features under discussion
Feature requests that are already in GTG bug tracker
Roadmap: where do we plan to go
For new contributors
Contributing: do you want to contribute to GTG ?
Bugs Triaging: rules to report and triage bugs
Becoming a developer : you are more than a regular contributor ?
How to make plugins : do you want to make a plugin for GTG? Here's the information you need!
Our documentation: To have a quick glance at our architecture
/DataModel: notes on how GTG represents tasks & similarities to other tools.
/UserStories: plain-language specifications for how users (and developers!) should experience GTG.
/Backends: a guide to current backends, and how to make one
LibLarch: library for displaying tasks in GTK Tree Widget
Design: Discussions and works regarding GTG's UI
For the old developers
Profiling gtg : you're a developer? Here's some information about GTG development.
Release process : how to make a new GTG release ?
Plug-ins : List of third party plugins.
GTG checks: Build status of the test cases
Google Summer of Code
Luca Invernizzi: Getting things GNOME! integration with online services
Izidor Matušov: Collaborative Getting Things GNOME!
Baptiste Saleil: Integrate GTG to Gnome-Shell
Jakub Brindza: General redesign of GTG