My preferred tool for managing tasks is a text file. Not just any text file, but todo.txt. OK, it’s more than a text tile. It’s also a powerful shell script that does the heavy lifting for you. What I like about todo.txt is that it’s simple and, because it’s plain text, it’s portable.
That said, there’s one aspect of todo.txt that puts some people off: it’s a command line tool. Yes, it’s true. There are Linux users who aren’t huge fans of the command line. Sure, there’s a solid graphical interface to todo.txt for Android devices. But what if someone wants to get the full todo.txt experience on your desktop without cracking open a terminal window?
They can turn to DoStuff. DoStuff is a plain, but nicely effective, graphical face for todo.txt.
Let’s take a look at it.