We have made good use of beer time at FOSDEM to lay out our plans
for 2018. Here is what we are doing, starting immediately in most
Timewarrior 1.1.1 is released. This is a bug fix release and we
recommend that everyoe upgrade to 1.1.1.
There is one bug fix in this release, and it's an important one that
fixes a long-standing problem that has been there from the begining.
There is a script prepared that will fix your timewarrior data, and
the download and description is found on the
DB Correction Script
The release is immediately available as a source
Binary packages for your OS may appear soon.
We are migrating services, and there will be a lot of changes.
Here is what is happening right now:
We have a new support email address that should be used for all
The Taskwarrior Team will be attending
on February 3rd and 4th in Brussels.
This is the second annual carbon-space meetup.
What will the focus be this time?
Are we traveling all this way and meeting up to give talks and demos?
Will be sharing ideas and collaborating?
Will we be planning features and releases?
This is an ongoing series of activity reports, published monthly,
to highlight activity in our projects. Here is what happened between
May and December 2017.
This is not a complete list of all activity, just work that results
in a non-trivial change. For a full list, see the git history of all
This covers a seven month period. Due to unforeseen circumstances,
there was a lengthy break in 2017. We're back.
Timewarrior 1.1.0 is released. With 18 months of updates, many
bugs fixed, and new convenience features added, Timewarrior 1.1.0 is
stable and ready.
Timewarrior tracks your time from the command line and generates
reports. Your data is stored locally in clear text. It integrates well
Here are the changes in 1.1.0:
A BYOP (Bring Your Own Project) MeetUp was held in Gothenburg. We had the chance to present
FLOD2 - our own CI, and distribute Taskwarrior stickers. The MeetUp presentation was followed
by sitting together, hacking away and having a couple of beers.
Tasksh 1.2.0 is released. This is mostly a bug fix release, and is
a recommended upgrade.
The release is immediately available as a source tarball
Tasksh is a shell for Taskwarrior, providing a more immersive
environment for list management. It has a review feature, shell
command execution, and