Monthly Archives: November 2009

pitz has a CLI

I’ve exposed lots and lots of pitz functionality as command-line scripts. Here’s the list so far:


$ pitz-help
    pitz-abandon-task          Abandon a task
    pitz-add-task              Walks through the setup of a new Task.
    pitz-components            All components in the project
    pitz-estimates             All estimates in the project
    pitz-everything            No description
    pitz-finish-task           Finish a task
    pitz-milestones            No description
    pitz-my-tasks              List my tasks
    pitz-people                All people in the project
    pitz-prioritize-above      Put one task in front of another task
    pitz-prioritize-below      Put one task behind another task
    pitz-recent-activity       10 recent activities
    pitz-setup                 No description
    pitz-shell                 Start an ipython session after loading in a ...
    pitz-show                  Show detailed view of one entity
    pitz-start-task            Begin a task
    pitz-statuses              All statuses in the project
    pitz-tasks                 All tasks in the project
    pitz-todo                  List every unstarted and started task in the...
    pitz-unassign-task         Take this task off somebody's list of stuff ...

A few iPhone or android app ideas

Just like my post with some web app ideas, feel free to steal any of these.

A fake lottery game

This has already been done several times. You would start with some money (fake money) then buy some tickets and scratch them off. Some would win (more money) and most would lose. Maybe I would hide silly messages in the tickets. The gimmick would be the activity of scratching off the tickets, or maybe spending money on other side treats. Like cigarettes. While smoking, maybe the screen would be hazy. Or maybe you could buy crystal meth, too, and you could scratch tickets really really fast.

And so forth. On to idea number two!

Pick a scab

If you want high-brow, go somewhere else. So, the idea here is obvious, right? The screen shows an ugly scab. You can pick at it. Then it bleeds. Then maybe it heals, and the cycle starts again. Probably been done before.

AWESOME RIGHT?

Pop the pimple

Yeah, so apparently this has already been done too, damnit. But what if the pimples could be superimposed on top of the photos in your album?