Novell's HackWeek #2 (Feb. 11 - 15, 2008) provided me with many late and sleep-deprived nights. The end result? Tasky!
Tasky is a simple task management application for the Linux Desktop, written in what's becoming my favorite language C#. By default, Tasky hooks up with your Remember the Milk account and allows you to quickly add/edit/complete your tasks right from your desktop in a much more intuitive way than the browser.
Tarballs, source code, screenshots, and additional information about Tasky can be found here:
Another little goodie some of you might like, is a proof-of-concept Tomboy Add-in for Tasky. You'll find it in the root directory of Tasky's source code. It will apply to Tomboy's latest SVN (trunk). To apply the patch, `cd` into Tomboy's root project directory and type:
patch -p0 < tomboy-tasky-addin.patch
Recompile Tomboy, `make install` and you should be good to go. You may have to kill a running tomboy process if you're running as a panel applet. Additionally, you may need to `rm -rf ~/.tomboy/addin*` to clear out any old Mono.Addin stuff so Tomboy will pick up the new add-in.
Last but not least, a 1-click install for those of you running openSUSE 10.3: