Taco is a tool task management tool bridge, pulling together tasks from many task platforms, like Basecamp, Zendesk, Github, and many more (in progress). Many of use have multiple accounts and Taco is intended to pull those all together for us, to provide one (beautiful) place to see them all:
I’m glad to see that Taco hit 209% of its Kickstarter funding goal, and is tearing it up already. Apparently the team has a prototype up and running, and has developed two additional connectors: Asana and Trello.
- Easy data removal – It’s your data, and you should have control over it.
- Conservative defaults – Taco will deactivate connections over time if you don’t login.
- Fanatical security – HTTPS everywhere, paranoia about security, never send unencrypted identity data, multiple keys.
- Real transparency – A commitment to share any security issues wneh they arise.
- No finger pointing – One throat to choke.
- Auditable humans – Two real people are the only ones with any sort of access to any private user info, and they will only mess with it on your say so.
Simple, direct and to the point.
I feel good about this team, and the direction they are headed.