Archive for August, 2005

Paper and Video

Tuesday, August 30th, 2005

Voo2do recently got a couple of mentions in media that haven’t before, to my knowledge, noted it. The first is a real dead-trees paper, although I can’t tell whether the Site Seeing column in the 8/19/2005 St. Petersburg Times is actually printed or an online-only feature. Here’s what author Jules Allen said: PDAs are passe, […]

Improving Voo2do Reliability

Tuesday, August 30th, 2005

Over the past few days, the server that powers voo2do has been plagued by responsiveness and stability problems. I believe these have been caused not by voo2do itself, but by another application I wrote which runs on the same server. That application, the frassle weblog system, is currently down. In the next couple of days, […]

Going International

Tuesday, August 23rd, 2005

I found a few other sites linking to voo2do thanks to a referrer log analysis. Not counting link logs, there are a few mentions I missed before: German: voo2do -Aufgabenmanagement mit viel AJAX (Google translated: “The application is easily operated, makes fun and shows, how applications of Web should present themselves today.”) Undetermined Cyrillic language […]

Numerous Bugs Fixed

Monday, August 22nd, 2005

Oh, joyous day! Several bugs that have been inconveniencing voo2do users have been fixed, and are now live at the site. Note: To make sure you have the latest changes, click your browser’s reload button while on the tasks page. This will ensure you have the latest version of our script files. International Character Support […]

Voo2do Russian Review

Sunday, August 21st, 2005

The Inforedesign blog, a Russian blog on (as far as I can tell) web design, has a mention of voo2do and a few comments. One of them is from someone who also emailed me to ask about voo2do’s problems handling international characters. Which I think is almost fixed…

Cha-Ching

Sunday, August 21st, 2005

By user request (!), there is a now a way to donate money to me. I’ll use it to pay for the server that runs voo2do. If you really like it, or have a special feature request, even a nominal donation is a good way to get my attention. Look for the pink donate box […]

Voo2do Web Review

Saturday, August 20th, 2005

Although Voo2do now has 1180 users, I think that attention is mostly due to social bookmarking sites like del.icio.us. From what feedster tells me, here’s the round-up of discussion about voo2do: Update: Chris Beams posted a mention and a greasemonkey script that adds a keyboard shortcut for creating a task. (Sorry for forgetting this, Chris!) […]

Voo2doTray: A tray application for voo2do

Saturday, August 20th, 2005

My friend Girish has written an awesome Windows tray application for Voo2do. It sits in the corner of your screen and lets you easily add a task, browse tasks by project, and see tasks that are overdue or due today. It uses the Voo2do API. This program requires Windows and the .NET framework. It is […]

One Thousand Twenty Seven!

Friday, August 19th, 2005

ONE THOUSAND TWENTY SEVEN users have confirmed their email addresses and registered on voo2do.com. That’s an amazing rate of growth, far higher than I would have imagined, and I’m flattered my little program has been getting all that attention. Here’s the breakdown by day: 8/15: 15 registered users, mostly people who I told about the […]

Internationalization Bugs

Friday, August 19th, 2005

Voo2do has some bugs that are especially frustrating to our international users. Fixing these is a high priority right now; I hope to have fixes applied in the next day or two. Non-English characters: if you use accented characters in a task description or project name, the save will fail and your changes will be […]