tl;dr

consumer products

"tl;dr[n]" is a mark signifying specific projects implemented as n below with common service delivery mechanism:

  1. tl:dr[GT2]

    A completed version of the Green Travel Carbon Footprint app with Apple, Watch and cloud service.

  2. tl:dr[TASKPM]

    An iOS and Android app service for personal productivity. Version 1 simply provides a cloud based service integrating Google Calendar, the task ecosys (task, timewarrior) and to MS Project.

  3. tl:dr[TLDR]

    (domain readiness app) a free service to tx-authenticated users of my .dom TLD that provides notifications and management of DNS and EPP for domain operators.

  4. tl:dr[*ledger]

    provides same device coverage for the *ledger ecosys (hledger, c++ ledger, etc.) with interface to SQL Ledger (my current ERP core of choice) and Quickbooks.

No Entrapment, No Freebies

The dr component is useful for any domain using the standard internet systems programs and task and ledger apps similarly allow users to use their own backend services instead of my cloud services. In principle and in fact. However the distributed binaries are necessarily dependent on my biz infrastructure and offerings so you need to have a Developer class account to get the dev kit to make them work with your backends.

Cloud services are available at two levels, each bundled for the whole suite. These apps are included in the sameboat personal domain service offering.