The GPD system is meant for people who spend a great deal of time text editing. It is a Todo app with the power of GTD and Mark Forster's Final Version with ninjutsu shortcuts for maximum speed. Except for section headers, every line is a Todo item. Special symbols allow you to understand different aspects of the Todo item. Using combinations of regular and symbolic text, everything is free-form text.
To install GPD, you first need to install the Atom text editor. Go to the following link to download, http://atom.io/.
A few steps and you will be on your way.
.GPD, and open it in Atom.
`) you can type symbol tab to enter them. All of the symbols represent different attributes of the Todo:
#(Project)- The project or group of work that this Todo is part of.
!(Target)- A measurable target for the Todo. E.g.: a date, a specific performance metric, etc.
@(Context)- People, places, or things that are related or required for the Todo. E.g.: a meeting room, a person who you are waiting for.
$(Cost)- The amount of time or other cost metric that should be accounted for this Todo.
~(Completion Date)- The date that you finished the Todo.
(Note ID)- An ID that references the Note attached to this Todo
Shortcuts make GPD what it is. If you don't learn them it's not really going to work that well.
//Backlog//section. If you are in a gpd_note file, the line you are currently on will be copied as a new note in the gpd file.
//Closed//section and put a
~(datetime.now)in front of it
//Backlog//section (for repeat tasks)
.GPD_Notefile. When in the
.GPD_Notefile, you can press this again to switch back the main
Oto the cost metric field to mark the start of a Pomodoro. If you abort the Pomodoro, the
Ois replaced with a
/, and if you finish the Pomodoro it is replaced with an
Todos are divided into different sections: Todo, Backlog, and Closed. These sections are denoted by
//Section Name// followed by
//End//. The Todo, Backlog, and Closed sections are mandatory for this package, but you are free to create any other sections you want.
This project is licensed under the Apache License 2.0. The full license text can be found in the
LICENSE file provided with this package.
Thank you to Yoshiori SHOJI who wrote the original Pomodoro code, the license of which can be found in the
LICENSE_SHOJI file provided with this package.
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