A Web Interface for Taskwarrior
A lightweight, Sinatra-based web interface for the wonderful Taskwarrior todo application.
Check out the Live Demo.
Table of Contents
New Task w/ Project Autocomplete
Parent Project Information
ruby>= 1.9 (support for
ruby< 1.9 is very unlikely, but pull requests are gladly accepted).
For building native extensions on Linux could be required the following packages:
gem install taskwarrior-web
This will install an executable called
task-web at your terminal to start it up. This will start the process,
background it, and open the URL in your browser.
It uses Vegas to make the Sinatra app into
an executable, so all options for Vegas are valid for
task-web -h for more options.
The current featureset includes:
- Viewing tasks sorted and grouped in various ways.
- Creating a new task with a due date, project, and tags.
- Editing and deleting tasks (only task >= 2.0).
task-webwill pull your
.taskrc) and use it to determine date formatting and when an upcoming task should be marked as "due".
- If you are on a Mac and use Fluid.app, you get a dock badge showing the number of pending tasks.
- Optional HTTP Basic authentication.
The command below builds new image from the source and runs service.
By default task-web is listening on
Adjust service configuration in
To report a bug, use the Github issue tracker. Since
works with several different versions of
task, using many different
configurations, please include the output from
task _version and either the
task show or a copy of your
.taskrc file when filing a bug. This helps us reproduce bugs easier.
Here is an example of a good bug report.
- This project is not developed by the Taskwarrior team. Obviously, taskwarrior-web extends Taskwarrior, but the projects are separate.
task-webis mostly designed to run locally. As such, security is not of the highest priority. You may find that things such as CSRF protection are lacking. If things like this are important to you, please file an issue or a pull request.