10 Mar '13, 2pm

There’s an @OmniFocus gem. I have a lot of nerding to do.

This is my tenth entry detailing my personal “productivity pr0n ”. I wrote a gem with the oh-so-original name of ‘omnifocus’ to help me interact with omnifocus in more sophisticated ways than omnifocus provides up front. Specifically, I wanted to be able to interact with bug trackers, view my tasks in different ways, be able to script up new tasks, and to be able to intelligently schedule my project reviews and my project oriented tasks. BTS Syncing While it does a lot more now, my gem was originally written to just sync tasks from various bug tracking systems (BTS) into omnifocus. This provides me a single point of entry on anything I might need to work on. The syncing is one-way only, partially because it was easier to do, but also because you should communicate why an issue is being closed. % of sync scanning rubyforge scanning github scanning redmine removing GH-vlad#2...

Full article: http://blog.zenspider.com/blog/2012/05/omnifocus-gem.html

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