New in version 0.2.4

April 11th, 2010
  • This release ships several bugfixes and code polishing, moving towards a rocking 0.3 release.

New in version 0.2.2 (March 1st, 2010)

  • Features:
  • a brand new preference dialog
  • a plugin to send a task via mail
  • a plugin to import tasks via JSON
  • a plugin to delete old closed tasks automatically
  • support for libindicator for the notification area, making GTG up to date with Ubuntu lucid
  • a renewed RTM plugin, with tags support
  • a better dbus support, to integrate with other software
  • Tons of bug fixes
  • Changelog:
  • Autostart on login, by Luca Invernizzi
  • Preferences dialog, by Paul Kishimoto
  • Send task by mail plugin by Luca Invernizzi
  • Import_json plugin by Bryce Harrington
  • Improve RTM plugin (bug #520427): don't sync tasks from archived lists
  • Automatic cleanup of closed task, plugin by Luca Invernizzi
  • Allow to change dismissed date of tasks by Luca Invernizzi
  • Docky applet support, by Luca Invernizzi
  • Allow to change closed date of tasks, by Lionel Montrieux, bug #502111
  • notification area plugin updated to support appindicate by Luca Invernizzi and Jono Bacon
  • gtg_new task now supports command switches by Luca Invernizzi
  • Fix bug #511651, white space around title, by mrk
  • Expanded CLI to gtg to support task descriptions by Bryce Harrington
  • Added a guide to plugins by Chris Johnston
  • RTM plugin tags synchronization by Luca Invernizzi
  • Evolution plugin by Luca Invernizzi
  • Tomboy support by Luca Invernizzi
  • Dbus autostart by Gordon Ball and Luca Invernizzi
  • Notification area bug fixes by Luca Invernizzi

New in version 0.2.1 (February 1st, 2010)

  • This release is a minor one: it fixes some bugs and has some features improvements.

New in version 0.1.9 (December 3rd, 2009)

  • support for plugins, thanks to Paulo Cabido's Google Summer of Code
  • already 6 plugins available: Remember the milk synchronization, hamster integration, bugzilla, geolocation, tomboy, and notification area
  • improved performances
  • support for tag groups
  • improved editor UI
  • fuzzy due dates

New in version 0.1.2 RC1 (July 5th, 2009)

  • This version is a minor release, but still it fixes many bugs and improves some usability issues we got previously. Once again, this could not happen without all the contribution from our kind users, so once again we'd like to thank you all for the work you did on this one.

New in version 0.1 (March 11th, 2009)

  • This release is our first. So far GTG supports:
  • task edition using a text editor, almost no form fields!
  • fast consecutive tasks creation
  • tags to sort tasks
  • color for tags, to easily differenciate tagged tasks
  • There are very few differences with the release candidate we published last week.
  • The software is still a bit in a proof-of-concept state, since in the future we want to test a lot of different functionalities. We'd really like to know what you like and dislike in GTG, so we can organize future work and do what's the most important: provide a program that people love to use because it makes their life better.

New in version 0.0.9 RC3 (March 4th, 2009)

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