Imagine I have started a pomodoro and in the middle of it I realize I forgot to take a kettle off the stove. It would only take me like 10 seconds - quicker than to take a note of the interruption - to simply turn the stove off.
Is this a violation of a pomodoro? Should I void it and start a new one for the sake of engraving in my brain the importance of prudent preparation for each pomodoro?
As a side note, GTD instructs to deal with all the tasks on the spot assuming the task takes under 2 minutes to complete. PT, by contrast, officially doesn't allow to deal with any (unrelated) task, however short, only allowing to take a note of it.
So might this difference between the two have some deep roots somehow?