A terminal UI for Taskwarrior
When I first started using Linux, I came across Taskwarrior, a command line tool for managing to-do lists. However, I never got around to using it extensively, mainly because there was no Android app available at the time, making it difficult to sync tasks from my phone.
I did experiment with taskwarrior-pomodoro but unfortunately, it wasn’t as effective as I had hoped.
Recently, though, I stumbled upon foreground, a new discovery that reignited my interest in Taskwarrior,
A simple terminal UI for ChatGPT
When I started learning Linux, I immediately fell in love with the terminal. I still remember the feeling of typing commands into the terminal, pressing Enter and seeing if I got the expected result. As a system administrator and DevOps engineer, I always wanted to do everything on the terminal.
The reasons are simple: it allowed me know what was happening behind the scenes, and it was faster than switching to other tools, and then back to the terminal to continue working.