I almost always have a few projects on the go at a t ime at iApotheca, and then I also usuually have a few side projects I work on as well.
As a developer, I relate strongly to theories like this:
Of course, if you want to improve something, you must measure it.
So I’ve spent a great deal of time trying to track and optimize my time of the years.
I’ve used time trackers like toggl in the past, but I’ve always had a hard time remembering to open them up and actually track time through the day. After building bash-mission-log and using it for nearly a year now, I know for me, having something in terminal is the way to go.
I also wanted this one to be a bit more easy to integrate with external services like a database, and potentially in the future integrate with an external display for raspberry pi, or arduino.
So I made timr in order to be the time tracking partner for bash-mission-log.
here is a quick preview of what it does:
check out timr on github