Selfwatch is a program that monitors how you use your computer. It's inspired by selfspy.
This project is in it's very early stages, currently it only tracks number of keys pressed over time, and only runs on Linux. In the future it will collect more detailed information about applications used and the things typed.
It supports sending key counts to a remote server, which can be used to create a graph of your activity: http://leafo.net/#typing
> selfwatch --help Usage of selfwatch: -config string Path to json config file (default "selfwatch.json")
The following options can be specified in the configuration json file:
DbName- The name of the sqlite database to load to store data (default:
RemoteUrl- A URL to flush key press counts to every
RemoteFlushDelayseconds. Data is encoded as JSON and sent as a post request. It's formatted as an array of arrays:
[id, "YYYY:DD:MM HH:MM:SS", count]
RemoteFlushDelay- How long to wait between flushing key counts to remote server, default 60
SyncDelay- How long to buffer key counts in memory before flushing to database (application switches will trigger immediate flush)