On Oct 26, 2006, at 9:33 PM, marios wrote:
I have looked at both of them, yet couldn't
really understand the basic
difference. I have both of them also as a local back up copy.
(Outside of SVN).
I would like to try out both of them, to see which one fits my needs
better, so If I wanted to , I could still use the local backup copies.
but didn't yet have time to do so.
It would be nice If one could have a short explanation, what exactly is
the basic difference, before setting up all the necessary projects.
They are very similar in concept. I have detailed descriptions of both
of them at <http://panalaska.org/geek>. In a nutshell, the GTD bundles
are based on the "plan in projects, execute in context" theory. What
that means is that the GTD bundle uses a file for each project (or it
could be a location, like work or home). The contexts for tasks are
users definable in the contexts.gtd file. The "View List" commands list
all of the tasks for (selected) projects by context. The major
difference between the bundles is that GTD2 uses the concept of "state"
for a given task - whether its an active task, one that is waiting for
something else, one that is delegated, etc. Hope this helps
differentiate the bundles!
That was indeed very helpful. It was unclear for me, what the basic
from just quickly scanning the documentations.
So in other words, the GTD2 bundle then has some sort of added "meta"
parameter of timeline.
However, I will look into the documentation link to get a better
insight, as how to best set my projects up.
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