projects of interest? - mebot
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Wed Jul 18 15:05:05 CEST 2007
I'm planning to use it to implement a GTD utility.
Imagine an application showing an action to do. There are three
buttons, "done" (I've done it delete from the queue), "defer" (defer
it to a later time), "cancel" (there is no need to do this anymore, or
it requires further thinking). When any one of these buttons is
clicked the next action item brought forward.
Now, imagine, combining this with GPS. In this case, it shows me stuff
I should do at home, when I'm home and stuff I should do at work, when
I'm at work. Pop up my feed-reader when I'm traveling, etc.
Consider there is a simple market-list application, in which I note
the stuff I need to buy from market, time to time. When I approach to
the market moko starts an audio alert and tells me to stop by the
market to buy stuff. When I enter the market automatically pops up my
I'm thinking about a plug-in architecture so you can extend this idea
as far as it goes, bugzilla integration, mail client integration, web
browser integration, integration with an outliner/mindmapper, project
planner, tomboy, etc. Every new plug-in will open a door to another
Started to write it a couple weeks ago, got a sourceforge account.
There is a very trivial demonstration application on subversion and as
a tarball download.
If there is anybody interested I would love to discuss.
On 7/17/07, Daniel Robinson <dgrobinson at dgrobinson.com> wrote:
> What are the projects of interest for people?
> I am interested in working on kid's phones. I have wanted a kid's phone
> that was not as brain-dead as the phones that are currently targeted at
> children. I like that the Neo1973 has a secure tether point. I want the
> phone to be tethered to my kid's backpack or clothing so it can't be lost or
> In terms of software, I want to work on GPS related things. It would be
> good to know where my kids are and when they exit certain zones, e.g.,
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