Pomodoro en GNOME 3

La técnica de pomodoro es una de las formas más conocidas de aumentar la productividad. Hay mucha información al respecto de está técnica y hay muchos artículos que la mencionan (algunos de estos):

Para los usuarios de GNOME 3, existe una extensión que es simple de instalar y utilizar.

Paso 1: Abrir un navegador (si eres fan de GNOME, quizas uses epiphany)
epiphany

Paso 2: Ir a la página de la extensión Pomodoro

Paso 3: Activar la extensión
Pomodoro Gnome

Paso 4: Configurar los parametros de la extensión a gusto del usuario
Configuración pomodoro GNOME

Paso 5: Empezar a prácticar la técnica
pomodoro GNOME start

Happy productivity 🙂

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GNOME Project Mallard Online – Weekly report #06

This is my weekly report # 06:

What I have done last week

What I will do this week

Timeline

Issues

  • Just thinking for the better way to produce a mallard syntax document

Cool Things

  • Work with people at GNOME, for suggestions, code and friendship #FTW.

Regards 😀

GNOME Project Mallard Online – Weekly report #05

This is my weekly report # 05:

What I have done last week

What I will do this week

  • Start to create the Javascript Text Editor to translate content to Mallard Syntax, probably I will use TinyMCE to acomplish that.

Timeline

Issues

  • I’m a little afraid for my code, I think that all is wrong. I think that is normal behaviour for the context. I don’t want ruin all.

Cool Things

Cheers 🙂

GNOME Project Mallard Online – Weekly report #04

This is my weekly report # 04:

What I have done last week

  • Still improving my skills on Django
  • I was reading a lot of books about Django Projects, I found some interesting books:
    • Django 1.2 E-commerceDjango 1.1 Testing and DebuggingPro DjangoThe Definitive Guide to Django: Web Development Done Right, Second Edition

What I will do this week

  • Finish the web interface according the schedule.
  • Start to create the Javascript functions to translate content to Mallard Syntax

Timeline

  • I’m just on time according to my schedule

Issues

  • Little problems with Django, but nothing serious.

Cool Things

  • I met cool people at IRC, great developers and friends at server:irc.gnome.org

Regards 🙂

GNOME Project Mallard Online – Weekly report #03

This is my weekly report # 03:

What I have done last week

  • Improving my skills on Django

What I will do this week

  • Finish the web interface
  • Start to create the Javascript functions to translate content to Mallard Syntax

Timeline

  • I’m still delay on my weekly reports, and I remade my project schedule

Issues

  • I found new things to think, about data flow of my project.
  • I found some system specs that I don’t know to develop them with Django.

Cool Things

  • I got money from my University (for Visa and Food), if I get the sponsorship to GUADEC 2010.

Cheers 🙂

GNOME Project Mallard Online – Weekly report #02

This is my weekly report # 02:

What I have done last week

  • Began to build web interface with Django
  • Began to build the database, I used Dia to build logic diagrams.

What I will do this week

  • Finish the web interface
  • Start to create the Javascript functions to translate content to Mallard Syntax

Timeline

  • I’m still delay on my weekly reports

Issues

  • I have some troubles to build the interface with Python without a Framework. So I ask for suggestions to my mentor, and I decided to use Django.

Cool Things

  • Dia is a good tool, to build diagrams, fast and simple. See some examples and links that are useful.

Cheers 🙂

GNOME Project Mallard Online – Weekly report #01

This is my weekly report #01:

What I have done last week

  • Planning the simple and useful interfaces.
  • Planning the data flow of the web application.
  • Mockups about main interface (basic interfaces of simple user, maintainer and admin)

All mockups are here (PDF)

What I will do this week

  • Build real interfaces based on the mockups

Timeline

  • I’m late on my weekly report sorry for that

Issues

  • I Spend a lot of time, figuring and making out the data flow and the simple and useful interfaces

Cool Things

Kind regards 🙂