Getting Things Done with Tracks
Apr 30, 2007, 12:00 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Nathan Willis)
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"I broke down and read Getting Things Done (GTD) in February
(after letting the book sit unopened on the couch for a month).
When I finished, I was determined to adopt the popular
organizational method. I searched for a solid software tool to
track projects and next actions, and found dozens of
desktop-oriented applications to choose from. One of the GTD axioms
is to collect all of your tasks, projects, and lists in one place;
since I regularly use four PCs and laptops and a mobile phone,
finding a GTD-aware tool that would run as a Web app was paramount.
I settled on Tracks; it is open source, easy to use, and accessible
"Tracks is a Ruby on Rails application. It comes bundled with
the standalone Web server WEBrick so it can run as a locally
accessed desktop application, but that is not mandatory..."