A distributed note taker and task manager.
What's the big deal?
- 𝑓𝑓 synchronizes via any file sync application, like git, Yandex.Disk, Dropbox, or Google Drive.
- 𝑓𝑓 is available offline and synchronizes without conflicts thanks to CRDT and RON.
Works on all my computers and synchronizes between them successfully. 𝑓𝑓's own issues are tracked in 𝑓𝑓 since the first day of development. I also use 𝑓𝑓 for my personal tasks since the first day of development. Please feel free to test it in your environment. But no guarantees.
Project-based task management
𝑓𝑓 detects if it is run inside a git repository and saves notes in it. Other VCS will be supported in future. Feel free to open a ticket if you want to extend support.
$ git clone https://github.com/ff-notes/ff.git $ cd ff $ stack install ff
Install experimental GUI
$ export PKG_CONFIG_PATH="/usr/local/opt/libffi/lib/pkgconfig" $ stack install ff-gtk
$ stack install ff-gtk
$ brew install qt
# apt install qt5-default
$ stack install ff-qt
Completion for commands and options
ff --bash-completion-script `which ff` | sudo tee /etc/bash_completion.d/ff
ff --bash-completion-script `which ff` | sudo tee /usr/local/etc/bash_completion.d/ff
Look what 𝑓𝑓 can do for you
$ ff --help Usage: [-b|--brief] [-C|--data-dir DIRECTORY] ([-V|--version] | [COMMAND] | [-l|--limit ARG] ([-n|--no-tag] | [--tag TAG]...) [--without-tag TAG]...) A note taker and task tracker Available options: -b,--brief List only note titles and ids -C,--data-dir DIRECTORY Path to the data dir -V,--version Current ff-note version -l,--limit ARG Number of issues -n,--no-tag Filter items that has no tags --tag TAG... Filter by tag --without-tag TAG... Filter items without tag -h,--help Show this help text Available commands: add add new task or note agenda show what you can do right now [default action] config show/edit configuration contact show contacts delete delete a task done mark a task done (archive) edit edit a task or a note, using command from environment variable EDITOR or program `editor` new synonym for `add` postpone make a task start later search search for notes with the given text show show note by id tags show tags of all notes sponsors show project sponsors track track issues from external sources unarchive restore the note from archive upgrade check and upgrade the database to the most recent format wiki show all wiki notes
To save personal notes and tasks somewhere you must configure 𝑓𝑓's data directory
ff config dataDir --help
If you use Yandex.Disk, you can say just
ff config dataDir -y
To work with a project's tasks, just run 𝑓𝑓 inside a VCS repository.
$ ls .git $ ff add ... $ ls .ff .git $ git add .ff
Get some unfinished tasks
$ ff Actual: * buy milk id 458a1456lrc-12z3opnykw, start 2018-01-10
Add new task or note
$ ff add 'learn Haskell'
Now you can find it in your agenda:
$ ff Actual: * buy milk id 458a1456lrc-12z3opnykw, start 2018-01-10 * learn Haskell id 459h2tqxutq-24nuhr86ae, start 2018-01-14
Mark task done
Marking done is actually moving to archive.
$ ff done 458a1456lrc-12z3opnykw archived: buy milk id 458a1456lrc-12z3opnykw, start 2018-01-10
Archived tasks don't appear in an agenda:
$ ff Actual: * learn Haskell id 459h2tqxutq-24nuhr86ae, start 2018-01-14
We have a telegram chat ff-dev where you can ask your questions.
Alternative chat: https://gitter.im/ff-notes