So as not to pollute my core Ruby readership – I’ve setup a dedicated blog for GTDTracks.com. Stay tuned there for the latest upgrades, tips and features…
My last offer was so well received that I thought I’d extend it – with the small caveat that I’m going to try and cover my hosting costs this time around.
Just to be sure we’re clear, I am not associated with bsag, who is the author of this great tool. Any features I add in response to user requests will be given back to the Tracks project, but for now consider Tracks and GTDTracks seperate (but amicable) entities.
Oh, and if I signed you up for free earlier you’re in luck – you’ll never be charged.
Sorry, the handouts are over. However, if you’re the more motivated type, check this offer out
For those that are interested, I’ve set myself up with a hosted Tracks install and thought I’d offer a free account to
anybody the first 12 people who are interested. It’s nice to have something not hosted on your local machine when you’re out and about or between machines. Or you just don’t want to manage the setup, upgrades and maintenance yourself.
And if you already have a local install and want to import your existing data, I can do that for you too.