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.........try to solve the #($*&@$ Glade/Kiwi file problem without hav…

…ing to go back and re-read the damned setuptools/distutils/distribute/whatever-the-fuck-you're-supposed-to-use-for-Python-packaging-this-week docs
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@@ -24,8 +24,7 @@ def build_data_files():
'COPYING', 'README', 'INSTALL', 'THANKS']
data_files.append((DOCS_DIR, docs))
- misc_data = [os.path.join('data', fname) for fname in os.listdir('data')
- if fname is not 'Glade_and_Kiwi_integration']
+ misc_data = [os.path.join('data', fname) for fname in os.listdir('data')]
data_files.append((DATA_DIR, misc_data))
@@ -54,15 +53,16 @@ def build_data_files():
* you are serious about getting to the "mind like water" state,
through a complete, painless-as-possible GTD system
* you have ever spent an hour or more trying to process ALL your
- inboxes (like the sign says, this is for *black belts*, people!)
- * you have gotten frustrated with the nitpicky details of shuffling
- projects between your Active and Someday/Maybe lists while still
- keeping your system current and air-tight
+ inboxes and got frustrated, but didn't just decide to throw out the
+ concept of empty inboxes
+ * you're tired of the nitpicky mechanics of shuffling
+ projects between your Active and Someday/Maybe project lists while
+ still keeping your system current and air-tight
* you have actually read/listened to all of David Allen's "Getting
- Things Done" and have a reasonable understanding of it, or are
- working on getting there (if you don't understand what a project
- or next action really mean in GTD terms, Fluidity might seem a bit
- overwhelming.)
+ Things Done" book and have a reasonable understanding of it, or are
+ working on getting there (i.e.: if you understand what a
+ project and next action really mean in GTD terms; otherwise
+ Fluidity might be a bit overwhelming.)
...then Fluidity might just be what you're looking for. If you like it,
or have any constructive feedback, I would love to hear it.""")),
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