My Deskbar-Applet Modules
All the modules require Deskbar-Applet 2.20.0 or later. To install a module just extract the contents to the ~/.gnome2/deskbar-applet/modules-2.20-compatible directory or just drag the archive on Deskbar-Applet's preferences dialog (the tab with the enabled modules).
Remember the milk
This module let's you manage your tasks from rememberthemilk.com.
It supports the following features:
- search your incompleted tasks (name and tags)
- view a task in your browser
- mark a task as complete
- postpone a task
- move priority of a task up or down
- delete a task
- move task to other list
- add new task to a list
To add a task type in something like "Pick up the milk tomorrow at 12:00" and it will set the date and time automatically. Instead of tomorrow you can use a any date as well. It works like the web interface of rememberthemilk.com.
To use the module you have to allow the module to access your RTM account. Therefore, open Deskbar's preferences select the module and click the "More..." button. You will now see a text that explains the next steps to you. If you're finished with that you're ready to search your RTM account.
It makes use of Google Suggest and just like the live search feature in Firefox the module will contact Google to suggest search terms to you. It requires the simplejson Python module that should be part of your distribution's package archive.
If your query starts with 'sip:' you will see a match that, when activated, will call the address you entered with ekiga.
You type in something and the module will suggest Wikipedia articles for you. You can change the language you want to use when you go to preferences select Wikipedia Suggest and click the "More..." button.
This module is part of Deskbar-Applet since version 2.24 and is now maintained there.