Update: Paul reached out and clarified the problem. So the rest of the post is not relevant any more. Did not want to post a rant, especially when I haven’t yet crystallized my thoughts. Background: My previous post was about a project I came across - hornget. I wanted to help because I liked their ideas. I offered to manage the SupportedPackages page for them by automating the process. Or to share the script for the same.
I recently stumbled across Hornget, which plans to be the maven of .NET world. I found their design philosophy interesting, but haven’t yet got a chance to evaluate the project itself. But what I liked is they have cherry picked very good .NET software building blocks. Here is a list of projects supported by hornget. Even if you do not end up using hornget, this can still act as a good reference.
There are a large number of list / task managers that it needs a list for itself. Seems like every one wants to create a task manager, and who could blame them? The only reason I looked up all these task managers is because I had an itch to write one myself. 30 tasks, to-do, project, collaboration, goals management tools Service Comments Paid / Free* blablalist.