An opinionated Taskwarrior web UI. Great for scheduling when to do your tasks.
Drag & drop tasks into the dates to schedule / re-schedule them (or drag them to the unscheduled part to unschedule).
A pretty "next task" page is included:
It displays your next scheduled task, or the most urgent task if none are scheduled.
This is meant to run "locally", i.e. it does not attempt to deal with authentication, taskserver, or anything. The app must be able to call the
task CLI with your setup. Therefore, run it as your user, either locally, or on a server where you have set up task synchronization (make sure to put it behind HTTP auth or something if you allow access from the outside).
It does not use taskserver as AFAIK there is no standardized HTTP API. Instead, the included small server translates HTTP calls to calls to the
How to use
npm. Install these using your distro's package manager.
make run will install dependencies, build the app and run the server. That's all --
make run, open http://localhost:5000/ and enjoy :-)
Make sure that the
task CLI is set up and ready to use before using this.
If you have the Timewarrior hook installed (~/.task/hooks/on-modify.timewarrior), the Next Task page will show a start/pause button to encourage actually tracking time :-)
If a task has the
task_url attribute set, a clickable icon with that URL will be rendered. This is especially useful if you use something like Bugwarrior (together with a hook to add a unified
task_url attribute instead of
If you want to run this in a Vagrant VM, download the
Vagrantfile and run
vagrant up. Then
vagrant ssh su - tasks task add Stuff
Note that running it on your "normal" host, as your normal user, is more convenient and the recommended way. This is useful only if you cannot run it on your machine.
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point this extension: https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/new-tab-url/njigpponciklokfkoddampoienefegcl/related to your "Next task page" URL (http://localhost:5000/#next)
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