UPDATE: Bubug hasn’t been maintained for a long time and is now deprecated, sorry. The closest equivalent I have to a TODO application is Wiki-toki, my personal Wiki program.
When writing yesterday about the Perl modules, I realised that I hadn’t written anything about the TODO application since “The ultimate TODO app”. Well, a lot has happened to it actually. I’m glad to announce that:
It does have a (lame) name now: Bubug (supposedly stands for “Barely Unconventional Bug Untracking Gizmo”. Whatever).
It has improved a lot here and there, and it now has authentication and multi-user support, not to mention a lot of UI bling bling and goodies.
The development has moved to BitBucket, an excellent free service built by ex-Opera’s Jesper Noehr, where you can follow it more easily, comment on, check the Wiki, fork, or whatever you want. You even have a screenshot there ;-)
As you can guess from the last point, for this project I’ve been using Mercurial instead of Git. Although I certainly don’t have sophisticated needs, so YMMV (heavily), I find Git more pleasant to use. Which is kind of surprising, because I always thought that Git’s UI was a pain in the ass. Oh, well. That doesn’t mean that Mercurial is hard to use, though. I think it’s more that I’m used to Git now, and there are a couple of things that I find more convenient: the coloured diff (possible in Hg, but you have to install some extension for it, and only thinking about installing some Python extension that is not even packaged for Debian makes me want to switch to Git) and the staging area are the most important ones I can think of.
So, if you thought I had abandoned the TODO application thing, you were wrong ;-) If you’re interested, have a look at the Bubug BitBucket project page, download it, play with it, and tell me what you think.