A new version of phpTodo, version 0.8 Beta, was released today. It’s been almost six months since the last release, mostly due to lack of time. My primary goal for this release was to add ATOM support and get all the bugs fixed. I feel I was able to accomplish both of these goals.
I think an official 1.0 release is imminent, assuming I have time to work on the program. I have a few features I’d like to add before 1.0 if I can. If they do get added, a 0.9 gamma version will be released before 1.0 becomes official.
After the 1.0 release, I’d like to get group support added. In addition, I’m thinking about switching from single category based tasks to tags. This would allow a single todo item to be placed into several categories at the same time. Feed support will be updated as well, keeping in-line with the current feature set.
Overall, I’m quite happy with this project. It’s helped me out in numerous ways, organizing my personal todo lists as well as giving me the opportunity to work on an open-source project. I’d love to hear some feedback concerning this project, especially if you’re using it on a daily basis. I’m definitely open to suggestions for improvements and I’d like to get some additional CSS layouts to include with the distribution. You can leave any comments you may have right here on this blog entry.
Thanks to everyone who has already sent me suggestions and bug reports. I hope to hear from more of you soon! If you’re interested in trying out phpTodo, check out the demo site.