Davide Muzzarelli

GTD in a text file, the Muzzarelli’s version – part 2

pubblicato it 14.12.2007 in # in english, * livello base, GTD, organizzazione

Wellcome to the second part of this guide to my GTD system. The first part is available here. In the first part you saw how to write todo items and check them. In this part I talk about projects. A short description: for GTD, a project is a work to do which require more than [...]

GTD in a text file, the Muzzarelli’s version – part 1

pubblicato it 07.12.2007 in # in english, * livello base, GTD, organizzazione

I’m starting to use GTD (Getting Things Done) since September 2006 reading 43 Folders. Before that I read a lot of organization books, tips and articles on internet. When I discovered GTD of David Allen I changed my mind and now I see the results, the best results. I’m a fan of simplicity and I [...]

Backpack Update – Aggiornamento per Backpack

pubblicato it 25.07.2007 in # in english, * livello intermedio, python

Since few hours Backpack has been updated and it is avaiable the new API that correct various problematic that plagued it. The Python client that I have wrote will be updated too and published soon. The new features will be: – multi list management; – all objects of the pages can now be ordered; – [...]

Backpack Client for Python

pubblicato it 24.07.2007 in # in english, * livello intermedio, python

A Backpack client API for Python will be released soon. Ready features: – API interface and object interface; – creation and updating of Backpack objects with a single save method; – objects avaiables: pages, notes, items, tags but also lists! – page linking; – page sending via email; – support for SSL (not tested). Next [...]

Create an image model for your photos in Django with multiple categories

pubblicato it 18.07.2006 in # in english, * livello avanzato, django, python

I write this post because Django documentation is not exhaustive for the ImageField. Create an application in your project with: $ python manager.py startapp photos You can use what application name you like. Then create the directory “photos” in your media directory. Enter in the application directory and edit the models.py file: from django.db import [...]