Setting GNOME Pomodoro, a time limit app

Having a discipline to manage workshops includes controlling time, besides the organization of the topics, among other factors. One extension that GNOME offers is called GNOME Pomodoro. It is an easy sofware that let you set your breaks, focusing in a specific task to accomplish your goals

  1. Installing GNOME Pomodoro

Some dependences are required as follow:

… et voilà

2. Configuring GNOME Pomodoro

Now you can see the setting chart where you can set the Pomodoro duration as well as the break time. Click on an upright screen to handle it.

On first attempt, I have tested the Pomodoro duration and the short break duration in 1 minute. I have also changed the appearance to have a less stressful clock on my screen, and set the ticking sound with birds on the background. Finally click ON on top to the GNOME Pomodoro to have ready the alarm!

From now on, during my training Python 8 hour classes, I am going to set 25 hours to accomplish 3 pythons exercises with 5 minutes for break 🙂

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About Julita Inca

Ingeniero de Sistemas UNAC, Magíster en Ciencias de la Computación PUCP, OPW GNOME 2011, Miembro de la GNOME Foundation desde el 2012, Embajadora Fedora Perú desde el 2012, ganadora del scholarship of the Linux Foundation 2012, experiencia como Admin Linux en GMD y Especialista IT en IBM, con certificaciones RHCE, RHCSA, AIX 6.1, AIX 7 Administrator e ITILv3. Experiencia académica en universidades como PUCP, USIL y UNI. HPC researcher, a simple mortal, like you!
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