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Michael Vorburger ⛑️
@vorburger
hi everyone, cool that you create the GitHub org
Ali Karbassi
@karbassi
:sparkles:
Atle Weibell
@aweibell
Hi. I just installed todo.txt-cli and the Android app Simpletask, after recommendation in #todo.txt-android. I notice that tasks added by Simpletask get prefixed with the date it is added. Simpletask also has an option for due date and threshold date. Are these "extensions" to the todo.txt-format, or is it also supported by the cli, just that I didn't find it?
Kaushik
@kaushiknfs
@aweibell This should more likely go to simpletask gitter. Dating new tasks is configurable via settings and both due: and t: are valid extensions.
Atle Weibell
@aweibell
ok, thanks, @kaushiknfs
Kirill Goncharov
@xuhcc
Hi! Is this an official todo.txt chat room? I think it should be mentioned at todotxt.org instead of mailing list. Submitted a PR here todotxt/todotxt.github.io#28
shubhamtewari
@shubhamtewari
is this room active?
Kirill Goncharov
@xuhcc
Not very active. But todo.txt website now points to it as a main place for community discussions
shubhamtewari
@shubhamtewari
there aren't a lot of people here either. is there a purpose to this gitter?
stumbles across todo.txt, really liked the idea. wanted to implement my own version of it.
Kirill Goncharov
@xuhcc
I also discovered todo.txt just a few months ago. I guess that the purpose of this gitter is to discuss various todo.txt apps and productivity practices. For more technical questions, github seems more appropriate (https://github.com/todotxt/todo.txt).