Some people make use of powerful successive approximations planning method that helps people reaching higher-level long-term goals. But to use it, you'd usually need some paper and pencil. We believe we can make it easier to use via modern technologies and popularize it.
What it does
Pelorus is a simple yet highly-effective planning tool that helps reaching goals in a way of successive approximations (based on Dynamic programming). It’s not actually a to-do list, but you can use it to improve to-do list compilation. It’s about decomposing strategic goals into a series of simple steps. On each step you can review your actual state vector for each goal and plan next steps accordingly. This way you can track your achievements on a regular basis and keep yourself up.
How I built it
We've been working on this project during this hackathon and made some initial functionality working. There's plenty left to do and there are a lot of ideas here.
A list of packages we used:
jquery underscore accounts-password aldeed:collection2 iron:router raix:handlebar-helpers matteodem:easy-security fastclick zimme:iron-router-active manuelschoebel:ms-seo browser-policy natestrauser:animate-css dburles:collection-helpers meteorhacks:fast-render twbs:bootstrap ian:accounts-ui-bootstrap-3 ecmascript standard-minifiers meteor-base mobile-experience mongo blaze-html-templates session tracker logging reload random ejson spacebars check momentjs:moment aldeed:autoform underscorestring:underscore.string