gnome-shell-pomodoro 0.13.4-3ubuntu1 source package in Ubuntu


gnome-shell-pomodoro (0.13.4-3ubuntu1) cosmic; urgency=medium

  * Build-Depend on gjs to only build on architectures where this
    package is installable

 -- Jeremy Bicha <email address hidden>  Fri, 05 Oct 2018 17:57:36 -0400

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Jeremy Bicha on 2018-10-05
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gnome-shell-pomodoro: GNOME Shell time-management app

 This GNOME Shell app helps you to manage time according to the
 pomodoro technique.
  * puts a countdown timer in the GNOME Shell top panel;
  * nags you with reminders about taking a break;
  * uses full screen notifications that can be easily dismissed;
  * hides other notifications until the start of the break;
  * sets your IM (Empathy) status to "busy".
 The pomodoro technique is a time and focus management method which improves
 productivity and quality of work. The name comes from a kitchen timer, which
 can be used to keep track of time. In short, you are supposed to focus on work
 for around 25 minutes and then have a well deserved break in which you should
 relax. Then when this cycle repeats for the fourth time you should take a
 longer break (have a walk or something).

gnome-shell-pomodoro-data: Data for GNOME Shell time-management app

 This package contains the architecture-independent data
 used by the gnome-shell-pomodoro package.
 This GNOME Shell app helps you to manage time according to the
 pomodoro technique.
 For more information about gnome-shell-pomodoro, see the gnome-shell-pomodoro
 package description.

gnome-shell-pomodoro-dbgsym: debug symbols for gnome-shell-pomodoro