Taskwarrior is an open-source, cross platform time and task management tool. It has a command-line interface rather than a graphical user interface. Taskwarrior uses concepts and techniques described in Getting Things Done by David Allen, but is paradigm-agnostic in that it does not require users to adhere to any given life-management philosophy. According to its author, Taskwarrior was created "to address layout and feature issues" in the Todo.txt applications popularized by Gina Trapani.

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  • Taskwarrior est un logiciel open-sources en ligne de commande permettant de gérer ses tâches. Il publié sous licence MIT et est multiplateforme. Il permet de créer, modifier, supprimer des tâches ; de leur assigner un ou plusieurs projets, priorités et tags et de les visionner à travers divers rapports. (fr)
  • Taskwarrior — кросс-платформенный инструмент управления задачами с открытым исходным кодом. Программа имеет интерфейс командной строки вместо графического интерфейса пользователя. Taskwarrior использует термины и понятия, описанные в методологии GTD, но не требует от пользователей соблюдать эту или какую-либо другую методологию. (ru)
  • Taskwarrior is an open-source, cross platform time and task management tool. It has a command-line interface rather than a graphical user interface. Taskwarrior uses concepts and techniques described in Getting Things Done by David Allen, but is paradigm-agnostic in that it does not require users to adhere to any given life-management philosophy. According to its author, Taskwarrior was created "to address layout and feature issues" in the Todo.txt applications popularized by Gina Trapani. With Timewarrior the authors offer an accompanying tool to track time spent on projects. Configuration allows e. g. to define recurring breaks such as lunch time. The documention notes that "Timewarrior focusses on accurately recording time already spent, whereas Taskwarrior looks forward to work that is not yet done." (en)
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  • 2.5.1
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  • Paul Beckingham
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  • Taskwarrior 1.9.x demonstrating colored themes.
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  • Paul Beckingham, Federico Hernandez, David J Patrick, John Florian, Cory Donnelly, Johannes Schlatow, Dirk Deimeke, Scott Kostyshak, Renato Alves, Wim Schuermann, Tomas Babej
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  • English
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  • Taskwarrior est un logiciel open-sources en ligne de commande permettant de gérer ses tâches. Il publié sous licence MIT et est multiplateforme. Il permet de créer, modifier, supprimer des tâches ; de leur assigner un ou plusieurs projets, priorités et tags et de les visionner à travers divers rapports. (fr)
  • Taskwarrior — кросс-платформенный инструмент управления задачами с открытым исходным кодом. Программа имеет интерфейс командной строки вместо графического интерфейса пользователя. Taskwarrior использует термины и понятия, описанные в методологии GTD, но не требует от пользователей соблюдать эту или какую-либо другую методологию. (ru)
  • Taskwarrior is an open-source, cross platform time and task management tool. It has a command-line interface rather than a graphical user interface. Taskwarrior uses concepts and techniques described in Getting Things Done by David Allen, but is paradigm-agnostic in that it does not require users to adhere to any given life-management philosophy. According to its author, Taskwarrior was created "to address layout and feature issues" in the Todo.txt applications popularized by Gina Trapani. (en)
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  • Taskwarrior (fr)
  • Taskwarrior (ru)
  • Taskwarrior (en)
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