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Currently I'm using Tomboy to write notes, including a TODO list. I'm looking a real task application to hold my TODO list.

In gnome, there are tasque and tasks, but both need evolution-data-server. Is there any other task application that not have evolution prerequisite?

I'm using Ubuntu Karmic Koala 9.10

TIA

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These aren't desktop-based, so might not fit your needs; but I find them useful.

I use the tasks portion of Mozilla's Sunbird & Lightning.
Also, http://www.rememberthemilk.com/ is good; as is Google's tasks.

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I tried adding links to the software/services suggested, but I don't seem to have enough reputation to add more than one link. – fredden Feb 9 '10 at 4:50
    
Thanks for your answers. While you can't put a link, you can put the url in your answers. I'm already using remember the milk, and I also use google calendar and integrate it to Mozilla Thunderbird. I just want to find out a simple application to used while offline, since my internet connection is not too reliable. – Donny Kurnia Feb 12 '10 at 16:16

I'm currently installing gtodo-applet package. I'll try this one, while waiting other suggestion.

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