The source code can be found on sourcehut.
sqlite3 (the sqlite3 CLI utility).
weewiki (get the source code on sourcehut.)
Basic Usage Example
Create a new TODO database with
$ ./zetdo create
Add some tasks:
$ ./zetdo add say: make a task in zetdo. $ ./zetdo add say: make another task in zetdo.
List tasks that still need to be done. This will list the UUID, date, and message.
$ ./zetdo tasks 0fa78ac6 2021-01-16 14:59:30 make a task in zetdo. 7ef73f6d 2021-01-16 15:01:33 make another task in zetdo.
Add some comments to the task with UUID 0fa78ac6. Partial UUIDs can be accepted.
$ ./zetdo comment 0fa78 comment: Commenting on my first task. $ ./zetdo comment 0fa78 comment: Adding another comment.
Get the comment history of task 0fa78ac6:
$ ./zetdo history 0fa78 2021-01-16 15:05:36 Commenting on my first task. 2021-01-16 15:06:08 Adding another comment.
Set task 0fa78ac6 to be done.
$ ./zetdo done 0fa78
Now it won't show up on when
./zetdo tasks is run:
$ ./zetdo tasks 7ef73f6d 2021-01-16 15:01:33 make another task in zetdo.
The zetdo database can be exported to a TSV where it can managed in source control.
$ ./zetdo export > zetdo.tsv
The database can then be rebuilt with
$ ./zetdo rebuild zetdo.tsv
The priority queue is a SQLite table. Create it explicitely
To add a task to the list, use
zetdo lstadd UUID
UUID is the task UUID.
Removing a task is done with
zetdo lstdel UUID
From there, tasks can be upvoted or downvoted using
weewiki zet uv UUID [amt] weewiki zet dv UUID [amt]
UUID is the UUID, and
amt is an optional integer
amount to vote by.
Upvoted/downvoted tasks get displayed with their characters
and the first characters 8 characters of their
ergo UUID using the
$ ./zetdo agenda 4: [gloplfpk] Do that very important thing today 1: [gasdfjkl] Do that other thing you were going to do 0: [gpiqejiq] Forage for food
Page updates from the wiki zet.
2021-02-14 17:00:38: this new 'subtasks' command I made today feels like it is going to be helpful. looking forward to scoping something using them in the (TODO) pages.
2021-02-07 12:22:59: initial work adding a priority queue and agenda view to (zetdo). should be immediately useful.
2021-02-01 19:45:48: added a TODO page for zetdo: (zetdo_TODO).
2021-01-19 16:32:20: this TODO app (zetdo) is proving to be an interesting application for (zet). It's making me think a lot more practically about item presentation and organization. Self-organizing structures like priority cues and trees seem to be structures that I want but do not have.
2021-01-16 21:34:42: If I could figure out ways to immitate hierarchy, I could have something very org-like up and running.
2021-01-16 21:33:47: thinking about integrating this into my wiki, as a kind of public TODO list? roadmaps and the like for various tools.