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comment Is there a FOSS, full-featured, cloudless GTD software that supports both desktop and mobile platforms?
@JanDoggen Agreed, and I won't object if anyone wants to flag for migration. I think the audience here would be more appropriate than at SoftRec, though, so I decided this question is an exception.
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comment Is there a FOSS, full-featured, cloudless GTD software that supports both desktop and mobile platforms?
@RobTillie Since the main issue is that I don't want to be married to the operator's cloud, Dropbox compatibility proves constructively and efficiently that this issue is settled: You can run your own server or cloud to serve up the files, and thus be free from any clouds you do not yourself control, or even come up with complicated offline systems. "works with Dropbox" is meant as a euphemism for this.
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comment Is there a FOSS, full-featured, cloudless GTD software that supports both desktop and mobile platforms?
@SydKerckhove Yes, it doesn't seem like it would be hard to implement. FWIW, I currently use a handful of Evernote notebook and tags. The more advanced solution would be a SQLite database on Dropbox and two client CRUD programs for desktop and mobile (or more simply just write a 3rd party phone client for ThinkingRock, which already has much Java code that can be reused). Unfortunately, this project is currently beyond my means.
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comment Is there evidence that GTD increases productivity?
Thanks for the thorough response. I think the studies you mention in your last section are exactly what my question is looking for. If you could add a few references I think can accept the answer.
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comment Is there evidence that GTD increases productivity?
This is a good answer, but given the difficulty of proving the absence of something, I will leave the question open for a while in case someone does know of a reference. The argument that "if there was a study, Allen would have cited it" is pretty strong, but given that GTD was invented by Allen, have there been any revised editions of the book since the first that you'd expect to follow up on research results? Also, re "stress-free" - I specifically excluded personal feelings from my question.
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comment Is there evidence that GTD increases productivity?
@StephanKolassa Don't various management departments have extensive productivity measuring systems? I recall Google at some point had a whole program to promote people based on productivity.
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comment Is there evidence that GTD increases productivity?
@AlexLeonov It seemed that my questions was a duplicate of that, but in Claessens et al., I can find no mention of "gtd", "getting things done" or "allen".
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