2010/1/21 Svenn Are Bjerkem <svenn.bjer...@googlemail.com>:
> Hi,
> I see that the way a date is attached to an item has changed. Now, I
> generally do not use due dates, but instead use the date when the item
> was created. When I open the task overview, all dates will be marked
> in red, since they are in the past, and as due dates they should be
> marked red. All this red color makes me nervous :-). Would it be
> sensible to extend the [d: <date>] notation to have a few more
> meanings of the date? I can come up with a few possible types of
> dates: Entry date, start date, due date, done date. I usually only use
> entry date and done date as the due dates are tedious to update as
> projects shift (They always do). Since the Task list can sort on
> dates, I will have complete overview of tasks not finished, and how
> old they are. In the current implementation, I still do, but the red
> color make me feel a bit late on everything :-)
>
> If this is something that has a chance of being implemented I would
> happily file a ticket.
>

How about:
[ed: ] // Entry Date
[sd: ] // Start Date
[dd: ] // Due Date
[fd: ] // Finished Date

The term "Done Date" would be too easy to confuse with "Due Date" due
to the leading letter "D", so I propose "Finished Date".

I only just recently discovered this plugin, and personally would
really like an Entry Date as well.

-- 
Dotan Cohen

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