Tidal Wave was written to help people manage the flood of projects that everyone seems to be so busy working on. I know that I have loads of projects going on all at the same time. That is why I wrote this little tool. It helps keep track of things that I think of. There are projects that I have in mind for getting things done, and so that I don't forget about them, I organize my flood of ideas with Tidal Wave.
Tidal Wave can also be used by organizations to keep entire teams on-time and on-target for getting multiple projects done. A single project can own sub-projects that are sorted by either due date or priority (that choice is easily configurable), and each sub-project can be owned by an entirely different person. If project A relies on project B, that is clearly visible with the project tree view. A manager can clearly see that what employee A is doing is holding up employee B's work. Tidal Wave excels as a workflow management assistant.
After you have downloaded the package and opened it, the next thing you should do is cd into the new directory that was created and read the README file. Just follow the instructions from there and all should go well. If you have problems, you can always contact me and I will try to respond as quickly as I can.
Current Version: 1.1.5