PostWarden 0.2.0 has been released

This update includes mostly bug fixes, logging improvements and some minor UI tweaks.

You can read about the changes with full detail in the release notes page or after the break.

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PostWarden crash fix

Tumblr is currently having some issues therefore some requests to the Tumblr API are failing.

A piece of code in PostWarden isn’t handling that issue very well so it’s causing a crash.

I want to apologize and let everyone know that I just fixed the problem. It will be part of the next update which will be submitted to the app store this week.

Sorry for the annoyance.

How I kept myself organized while creating PostWarden

We all deal with to-dos, knowledge management, notes, ideas and so on every single day. Just wanted to share the methodologies, tools, techniques and so on I’ve used (and will continue using) while developing PostWarden.

programmista:

These days there are so many methodologies, tools and technologies for product management, productivity, organization, task tracking, knowledge management, etc. There’s so much to choose from that I decided to share the whats, hows and whys of the methodologies, tools and technologies I used to keep myself organized while building PostWarden. For now, lets just say that it involves GTD, Pomodoro, Things for Mac, Moleskine notebooks, Notational Velocity, Dropbox and TiddlyWiki.

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PostWarden Feature List

Want to know everything PostWarden does? Well, now you can!

Some users (and potential users) have been asking me whether PostWarden does this or that. I can’t put the whole list in the Mac App Store’s app description nor the products homepage. What I could do, is make a list of everything I know PostWarden does and make it accessible somewhere on the internet.

Well… that’s what I did! I’ve compiled quite a comprehensive list of all the things PostWarden does, and you can see the list by clicking on the link above!

Update: The list can also be visited by going to http://postwarden.com/features or by clicking on the link on the bottom right of the feature summary of the main page.

Give ideas and vote for them to make PostWarden even better!


  Ideas are easy. It’s the execution of ideas that really separates the sheep from the goats.— Sue Grafton


I agree, but time is a finite resource and good execution takes time. I want to make sure I focus my time on executing the ideas which will give more value to my users.

Help the little box guy turn that light bulb by going to http://postwarden.com/ideas to vote for feature ideas and give new ones.

Give ideas and vote for them to make PostWarden even better!

Ideas are easy. It’s the execution of ideas that really separates the sheep from the goats.
— Sue Grafton

I agree, but time is a finite resource and good execution takes time. I want to make sure I focus my time on executing the ideas which will give more value to my users.

Help the little box guy turn that light bulb by going to http://postwarden.com/ideas to vote for feature ideas and give new ones.

PostWarden 0.2.0 has been released

This update includes mostly bug fixes, logging improvements and some minor UI tweaks.

You can read about the changes with full detail in the release notes page or after the break.

Read More

PostWarden crash fix

Tumblr is currently having some issues therefore some requests to the Tumblr API are failing.

A piece of code in PostWarden isn’t handling that issue very well so it’s causing a crash.

I want to apologize and let everyone know that I just fixed the problem. It will be part of the next update which will be submitted to the app store this week.

Sorry for the annoyance.

How I kept myself organized while creating PostWarden

We all deal with to-dos, knowledge management, notes, ideas and so on every single day. Just wanted to share the methodologies, tools, techniques and so on I’ve used (and will continue using) while developing PostWarden.

programmista:

These days there are so many methodologies, tools and technologies for product management, productivity, organization, task tracking, knowledge management, etc. There’s so much to choose from that I decided to share the whats, hows and whys of the methodologies, tools and technologies I used to keep myself organized while building PostWarden. For now, lets just say that it involves GTD, Pomodoro, Things for Mac, Moleskine notebooks, Notational Velocity, Dropbox and TiddlyWiki.

Read More

PostWarden Feature List

Want to know everything PostWarden does? Well, now you can!

Some users (and potential users) have been asking me whether PostWarden does this or that. I can’t put the whole list in the Mac App Store’s app description nor the products homepage. What I could do, is make a list of everything I know PostWarden does and make it accessible somewhere on the internet.

Well… that’s what I did! I’ve compiled quite a comprehensive list of all the things PostWarden does, and you can see the list by clicking on the link above!

Update: The list can also be visited by going to http://postwarden.com/features or by clicking on the link on the bottom right of the feature summary of the main page.

Give ideas and vote for them to make PostWarden even better!


  Ideas are easy. It’s the execution of ideas that really separates the sheep from the goats.— Sue Grafton


I agree, but time is a finite resource and good execution takes time. I want to make sure I focus my time on executing the ideas which will give more value to my users.

Help the little box guy turn that light bulb by going to http://postwarden.com/ideas to vote for feature ideas and give new ones.

Give ideas and vote for them to make PostWarden even better!

Ideas are easy. It’s the execution of ideas that really separates the sheep from the goats.
— Sue Grafton

I agree, but time is a finite resource and good execution takes time. I want to make sure I focus my time on executing the ideas which will give more value to my users.

Help the little box guy turn that light bulb by going to http://postwarden.com/ideas to vote for feature ideas and give new ones.

  • Archiving
    Keep all your posts archived locally so you can access them at any time.
  • Composing and Editing
    Compose new posts and edit existing ones right from the app.
  • Multiple Accounts
    Archive, view and edit posts of multiple accounts and blogs.
  • Offline-Drafts
    Create drafts locally and post them to Tumblr when you're ready.
  • Offline Browsing
    Browse all your archived posts even without an internet connection.

Want to give PostWarden a try?

You can download the trial version to experience all of PostWarden with a few limitations:
  • Archiving is limited to 500 posts per blog.
  • Composing is limited to 30 posts or drafts.
  • Limited to only one Tumblr account.
Requires Mac OS X 10.7 or above and a 64-bit processor.
PostWarden 0.2.0 has been released

This update includes mostly bug fixes, logging improvements and some minor UI tweaks.

You can read about the changes with full detail in the release notes page or after the break.

Read More

PostWarden crash fix

Tumblr is currently having some issues therefore some requests to the Tumblr API are failing.

A piece of code in PostWarden isn’t handling that issue very well so it’s causing a crash.

I want to apologize and let everyone know that I just fixed the problem. It will be part of the next update which will be submitted to the app store this week.

Sorry for the annoyance.

How I kept myself organized while creating PostWarden

We all deal with to-dos, knowledge management, notes, ideas and so on every single day. Just wanted to share the methodologies, tools, techniques and so on I’ve used (and will continue using) while developing PostWarden.

programmista:

These days there are so many methodologies, tools and technologies for product management, productivity, organization, task tracking, knowledge management, etc. There’s so much to choose from that I decided to share the whats, hows and whys of the methodologies, tools and technologies I used to keep myself organized while building PostWarden. For now, lets just say that it involves GTD, Pomodoro, Things for Mac, Moleskine notebooks, Notational Velocity, Dropbox and TiddlyWiki.

Read More