Encrypted tasks management app using peer-to-peer network.
Multiple users can collaborate by working on the same tasks, and all users will have synced tasks.


% git clone https://github.com/darkrenaissance/darkfi 
% cd darkfi
% make BINS="taud tau"
% sudo make install "BINS=taud tau"


To run your own instance check Local Deployment

% tau --help 
tau 0.3.0


    <FILTERS>...    Search filters (zero or more)                                 

    -e, --endpoint <ENDPOINT>    taud JSON-RPC endpoint [default: tcp://]
    -h, --help                   Print help information
    -v                           Increase verbosity (-vvv supported)
    -V, --version                Print version information

    add        Add a new task.                                                    
    comment    Set or Get comment for task(s)
    export     Export tasks to a specified directory
    help       Print this message or the help of the given subcommand(s)
    import     Import tasks from a specified directory
    info       Get all data about selected task(s)
    list       List tasks
    log        Log drawdown
    modify     Modify/Edit an existing task
    open       Open task(s)
    pause      Pause task(s)
    start      Start task(s)
    stop       Stop task(s)
    switch     Switch workspace
% tau [SUBCOMMAND] --help

Quick start

Add tasks

Add a new task with the title "review tau usage" with the description text "description" set to "review tau".

tau add review tau usage "desc:review tau"

Add another task with the title "second task" assigned to dave. Because no description is set, it will open your EDITOR and prompt you for a description which allows entering multiline text.

tau add second task @dave
% tau add Third task project:tau rank:1.1
% tau add Fourth task assign:dave project:tau due:1509 rank:2.5
% tau add Five

List tasks

% tau				# all non-stop tasks
% tau list			# all non-stop tasks
% tau 1-3			# tasks 1 to 3
% tau 1,2 state:open		# tasks 1 and 2 and if they are open
% tau rank:gt:2			# all tasks that have rank greater than 2
% tau due.not:today		# all tasks that thier due date is not today
% tau due.after:0909		# all tasks that thier due date is after September 9th
% tau assign:dave		# tasks that assign field is "dave"

Filtering tasks

Note: mod commands are: start, open, pause, stop and modify.

Note: All filters from the previous section could work with mod commands.

% tau 5 stop			# will stop task 5
% tau 1,3 start			# start 1 and 3
% tau 2 pause			# pause 2
% tau 2,4 modify due:2009	# edit due to September in tasks 2 and 4 
% tau 1-4 modify project:tau	# edit project to tau in tasks 1,2,3 and 4
% tau state:pause open		# open paused tasks
% tau 3 info			# show information about task 3 (does not modify)


% tau 1 comment "content foo bar"	# will add a comment to task 1
% tau 3 comment				# will show comments on task 3 

Log drawdown

% tau log 0922			# will list assignees of stopped tasks
% tau log 0922 [<Assignee>]	# will draw a heatmap of stopped tasks for [Assignee]

Export and Import

% tau export ~/example_dir	# will save tasks json files to the path
% tau import ~/example_dir	# will reload saved json files from the path

Switch workspace

% tau switch darkfi	# darkfi workspace needs to be configured in config file

Local Deployment

Seed Node

First you must run a seed node. The seed node is a static host which nodes can connect to when they first connect to the network. The seed_session simply connects to a seed node and runs protocol_seed, which requests a list of addresses from the seed node and disconnects straight after receiving them.

# P2P accept addresses

Note that the above config doesn't specify an external address since the seed node shouldn't be advertised in the list of connectable nodes. The seed node does not participate as a normal node in the p2p network. It simply allows new nodes to discover other nodes in the network during the bootstrapping phase.

Inbound Node

This is a node accepting inbound connections on the network but which is not making any outbound connections.

The external addresses are important and must be correct.

# P2P accept addresses

# P2P external addresses

# Seed nodes to connect to 

Outbound Node

This is a node which has 8 outbound connection slots and no inbound connections. This means the node has 8 slots which will actively search for unique nodes to connect to in the p2p network.

# Connection slots

# Seed nodes to connect to