Getting Recurring Right

Implementing recurring tasks with disconnected devices is tricky business. We knew this going in, but wow. We’ve got it working (mostly) but not quite ready for primetime. It’s looking pretty hot though.

We’re going to keep working at it over the next few days and see if we can’t get it polished for production. Apologies that we didn’t make our Friday target.

On another note, we let ~3000 new users into Nirvana 1 today. People seem happy, and our new servers didn’t break a sweat, which makes us happy. So on that happy note, wish us well as we take a quick beer break, and then continue with ironing out the kinks and getting those recurring tasks into the wild.

 

Comments

11 Comments on Getting Recurring Right

  1. Jeff Hobbs on Fri, 4th Mar 2011 7:53 pm
  2. Nirvana rocks! Best GTD app out there, I use it every day. Enjoy that beer break!

  3. David Drake on Fri, 4th Mar 2011 7:56 pm
  4. Sounds good, Elbert and Crew. Remember, we are behind you cheering! Enjoy the beer!

    Best wishes,
    -David

  5. Proximo on Fri, 4th Mar 2011 9:25 pm
  6. Is drinking beer a recurring task. That could be the problem.

    HA

  7. Zac Jungers on Fri, 4th Mar 2011 11:13 pm
  8. Thanks for the update guys

  9. James M on Sat, 5th Mar 2011 4:12 am
  10. I really like how you guys are aiming to hit certain marks on a weekly basis. Can’t wait to see the next round of improvements!

  11. lexmirnov on Sat, 5th Mar 2011 4:13 am
  12. Good luck, Nirvana crew, thanks for your hard work

  13. Glenn on Sat, 5th Mar 2011 9:38 am
  14. I heard that Proximo was buying the first, second, and maybe the third round.

    What time should I be there for the party?

  15. Brandon on Sat, 5th Mar 2011 2:52 pm
  16. I’ve been waiting for so long! You’re making me so happy!

  17. david on Sun, 6th Mar 2011 11:27 am
  18. everything works good on last Opera browser.

  19. Alain Lesage on Mon, 7th Mar 2011 10:40 am
  20. Great to hear that. Have a nice week.

  21. Adam on Thu, 17th Mar 2011 9:43 am
  22. I can’t wait until recurring tasks are ready. That is the only thing preventing me from using Nirvana full time.

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