What type of goals are those?
Whatever is normal for a gmailzero goal with the integration (probably whittle down) and one that’s definitely a whittle down goal.
(Though, I’ll admit that I haven’t looked at that version at all in years… but I do still use a version of it for some of my own goals and thinks it’s the cat’s pyjamas, if I do say so myself.)
Oh thank you! I’ve been wondering about that and wanting to try it out!!!
You’re more than welcome. I’m just kinda bummed that I haven’t made it better and uploaded more in the last few years.
But please let me know what you think of it if you try it! I’ve been tempted to do more with it, but I’m often too busy to play with these things, so i’d be curious what kinds of solutions other people might come up with too!
Actually, all day I’ve been fighting off the urge to shirk my responsibilities and fiddle with it. If I succumb to that temptation in the near future, I’ll let people know!
@mary Looks like it’s a PHP webpage? Does it require regular visits to update the goal rates with auto-dialer then?
well this escalated quickly
Sorry! This got derailed.
Let’s move any conversation about the autodialer to: Help yourself to some API files
I mean the whole thread about running the company with the use of beeminder, sorry for not being specific
Experimenting since 1 week with UVI. Setting the slope pretty flat.
Wanted to ask what counts as UVI, so I found this
You can start with a very unambitious definition of “improvement”. When we originally announced our commitment to do this we listed all of the following as things that count:
- New blog posts
- Fixing typos
- Tweaking the layout or the logo or whatever
- Improvements to how the bot responds to emails
- Tweaks to the algorithm for generating the yellow brick road
- Tweets from our main twitter account (@bmndr)
- Improvements to the log in procedure or payment processing
- Any new feature or tweak to any feature
- New tips-of-the-day in the email responses from the bot
Basically, anything that makes Beeminder better, even in the most tiny, trivial way. Over the last 1000 days, we’ve gradually gotten more ambitious. Fixing typos and adding tips of the day and whatnot don’t count anymore. Bugfixes and CSS tweaks still do. And we have a separate graph for blog posts, which you can see in the sidebar, so this article doesn’t count as a UVI.
The real criterion is simply anything we’re not ashamed to publicly announce as our UVI of the day. We have (just) enough pride that we’d rather cough up the $1000 than tweet anything that clearly violates the spirit of the commitment.
Outstanding recommendation, will keep experimenting with it. Any other recommendations ?