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I like Getting things GNOME (GTG) application and I want to know if the development on this application is still active. Do you know something about this?

As far as I see from their website the last release was in 04/2010.

Is the development still active ?

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Do you know some similar applications? Should be another question. – RolandiXor May 30 '11 at 0:33
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Yes it's still in development they even have a Google summer Of Code roadmap for this year (2011). Link to their Google Summer of Code

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I started to use Taskwarrior recently. It's command-line based but super easy to work with. I've tried most other task apps and this is the one I like the best so far.

Taskwarrior screenshot

On the other hand, the fact that I have tried as many as I have may be a testament to how good I am at GTD.

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Why did you downvote my answer? – miloshadzic May 29 '11 at 21:48
Without noone who downvoted your answer, i can clearly see that it is off topic. What he asked is whether the development is continuing - he didn't ask if you know a good alternative. – Chriskin May 29 '11 at 23:51
"Do you know some similar applications?" <- This sounds very much like he did. – miloshadzic May 30 '11 at 0:21
First answer was a direct answer to his first question. My answer is an answer to his second. I really don't see a problem here. – miloshadzic May 30 '11 at 0:37
I just gave a guess on why someone would downvote your answer. Usually, if the answer is not addressing the main question, it is to be sent as a comment. Anyway, you are taking this too seriously - i'll upvote it and it's like it never happened :D – Chriskin May 30 '11 at 1:04

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