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  • MyNotex
    MyNotex is software to take and to manage textual notes, even large numbers of them. Notes are gathered under different subjects and consist of a title, a date, a list of tags (keywords), and a free-length plain text. Read more hot
  • Task Coach
    Task Coach is a simple open source todo manager to manage personal tasks and todo lists. Read more hot
  • snb
    Simple Hierarchical Notebook (snb) is a minimal nested list browser and editor with locale support and ncurses interface. new
  • Affiche
    Affiche is a little application that allows people to "stick" little notes on their computer desktop.
  • BasKet Note Pads
    BasKet Note Pads is an application that provides several baskets into which the user can drop all sorts of notes: rich text, links, images, sounds, files, colors, application launchers, and more. Read more
  • Basqet
    Basqet is a tool for organizing notes, ideas, and information using a baskets concept. It supports text, pictures, and HTML links. and allows arrows to be used to connect notes. The software was inspired by KDE Basket and Microsoft OneNote.
  • Cherrytree
    Cherrytree is a hierarchical note taking application, featuring rich text and syntax highlighting, storing all the data (including images) in a single xml file with extension ?.ctd?. Read more
  • Cjots
    Cjots is a console program for taking and organizing notes. It provides a curses interface to the user. It's ideal for storing jottings and handy information and quickly referring to previous jottings when they are needed. Cjots was inspired by Kjots and is compatible with its file format. There is a command line interface for appending to the current page.
  • Comment
    Comment is a command line directory context note taker. Notes are stored in both the local directory and each users home.
  • Developer Todo
    Developer Todo is a program to assist developers (or anybody who uses a terminal) in maintaining a list of outstanding tasks in a hierarchical, prioritised, list. Additionally, it can automatically list outstanding items when you change into a directory.
  • Doneyet
    Doneyet is an ncurses based hierarchical todo list manager written in C++
  • E-notes
    E-notes is an Epplet that manages your notes: deletes, creates, calls the configuration program and the display program.
  • etm
    etm provides a simple, intuitive format for using plain text files to store data and a cross-platfrom, Qt-based GUI for creating and modifying items as well as viewing them in a variety of convenient ways.
  • etm
    etm provides a format for using simple text files to store event and task information, a command line interface for viewing tasks and events in a variety of convenient ways, and a curses-based GUI for creating and modifying events and tasks as well as viewing them.
  • Fluidity
    Fluidity is GTD software. Its design goals include carefully chosen defaults and fast data entry.
  • Gchore
    Gchore is a simple tool that tracks your chores, and reminds you to do them on a daily basis. It is not a general todo list, it is better suited for repeating tasks, such as taking out the garbage on mondays.
  • Geeknote
    Geeknote is an opensource Evernote console client. Use it for system administration needs, creating notes, notebooks, sync your local directories with Evernote notebooks.
  • GeeTeeDee
    GeeTeeDee is an attractive, lightweight, easy to use and effective task management software. Read more
  • GetMeDone
    GetMeDone is a tcl/tk+PostgreSQL based task management system in the spirit of "Getting Things Done"
  • Getting Things GNOME!
    Getting Things GNOME! (GTG) is an organizer for the GNOME desktop environment. GTG focuses on usability and ease of use. Its main objective is to provide a simple and yet flexible organisation tool for life and work. Read more
  • gjots
    gjots is a fairly simple but very lightweight (fast) jotter application for your desktop.
  • gjots2
    gjots2 is a simple jotter application for your desktop - an outline processor. You can use gjots2 to organise your jottings into a tree structure, adding thoughts and miscellany as you go. You can get it to output HTML, XML, postscript, pdf, man etc.
  • Gmail Todo
    Gmail Todo is another todo application that uses the python libgmail to store all todo's in a todo label on gmail. This way your todo list is simple and always available.
  • GNOME Todo List Manager
    GNOME Todo List Manager a Gtk+-2.0 Todo list manager written for use with gnome 2. It tries to follow the hig and gnome policy as good as possible.
  • gnoteman
    gnoteman is a quick and simple note taking applet for the GNOME panel. It has a bare minimum of features, and is primarily used to jot down a quick note for future reference. It can also be used as a "sticky notes" applet.
  • Goats
    Goats is a yellow post-it note applet for the Gnome desktop. It's modelled after Knotes for KDE, and is also similar to gnome-gnotes. Goats features alarms, autosaving and more.
  • Gpop
    Gpop is a GNOME Winpopup like program.
  • Gringotts
    Gringotts is a small utility that allows you to jot down sensitive data (passwords, credit card numbers, PINs, girlfriends' addresses) in an easy-to-read, easy-to-access, and most of all very secure form.
  • Gringotts-Shlomif Patch
    Gringotts-Shlomif Patch is a patch for the Gringotts encrypted note manager that enables compilation with recent versions of Gtk+, adds keyboards shortcuts to the menus, and fixes a bug with the search function.
  • gtklepin
    gtklepin is a notebook using the gtk+ toolkit. It looks like the notebook you can find on the Psion Revo PDA.
  • headstak
    headstak is a stack-based task list. Before you start a task, or when you are interrupted while working on a task, you push the current job onto a stack.
    HIDAM is a free generic hierarchical data editor capable of editing XML files. It runs on Windows and Linux and is licensed under the GPL. Future versions will support a plug-in architecture, database storage, and extensibility via scripting.
  • hnb
    hierarchical notebook: organizes many kinds of data in one place, for example adresses, todo lists, ideas, book "reviews.
  • iKog
    iKog is a very simple utility designed to make the management of your to-do lists quick and easy. The emphasis is on speed and portability. The program is a text-only utility with no graphical user interface, but it does include some features specifically designed to help with techniques such as Getting Things Done (GTD). Read more
  • Incollector
    Incollector is an application to collect various kind of information (like notes, conversation logs, quotes, serial numbers, source code, Web addresses, words, etc.). All entries can be tagged. The application can also search and browse entries easily.
  • kahenbook
    kahenbook is a simple, easy-to-use guestbook with full template abilities.
  • kdissert
    kdissert is a mindmapping-like tool to help students to produce complicated documents very quickly and efficiently : presentations, dissertations, thesis, reports ... The concept is innovative : mindmaps produced using kdissert are processed to output near-ready-to-use documents. While targetted mostly at students, kdissert can also help teachers, decision maker, engineers and businessmen.
  • KnowIt
    KnowIt is a simple tool for managing notes. It is similar to TuxCards, but KDE-based. Notes are organized in tree-like hierarchy, texts are in RichText format, so bold, italic and lists are supported.
  • KPopUp
    KPopUp is a program, for sending and receiving Microsoft(tm) Winpopup messages. It's released under the GNU GPL2.
  • LifeQuest
    LifeQuest keeps track of what you need to do, and tells you what you need to do next. You simply enter the things you want to do, along with priority and date information, and LifeQuest does the rest.
  • ListPatron
    ListPatron is an application for maintaining lists of information. It operates on the basis of rows and columns, much like a spreadsheet, and is suitable for maintaining an endless variety of information like books, CDs, movies, todos, etc.
  • Memo
    Memo is a command line, Unix-style note-taking software written in C99. It's very flexible and works well with standard Unix tools.
  • Molasses
    Molasses is a small and light GNOME sticky notes program. Written for you to stick useful notes all over your desktop.
  • Motodo
    Motodo is a todo manager written in the Moto Programming Language. It allows setting a date for the todo, and when the date nears, the listing can be highlighted to stand out. It handles multiple users and allows everyone to have their own todo list.
  • Newton Desktop Wiki
    Newton is a desktop wiki applet for the GNOME2 desktop environment. You enter your notes and information in a simple wiki-like syntax and Newton formats it in rich HTML for you! It is designed to make the creation of richly formatted documents of any type as simple and quick as possible.
  • Niki
    Niki is a quick and simple program for organizing notes and documents that provides a browser and an editor. The notes are called Nikis, and consist of short text files with simple formatting.
  • Nitro Tasks
    Nitro is open source software which makes tasks management extremely easy and slick. Read more
  • Nodau
    Nodau is a simple console based note taking program, it allows you to easily create, edit, and view notes, and list them by date.
  • Notalon
    Notalon is an application designed to make taking Cornell notes faster and easier. It is written specifically for the task of taking Cornell notes, unlike a word processor.
  • note
    note is a small console program written in perl, which allows you to manage notes similar to programs like "knotes" from commandline. Note can use different database-backends for notes-storage. It ships with a DBI-based mysql-module(which can also be used for other by DBI supported DBMS) and another module, which uses a binary file for storage and a DBM module.

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