yokadi is, in some ways, different from other task managers I’ve seen so far. On the other hand, it does have some similarities too.
As you can see, it is a discrete application, using commands to manage a to-do list. The home page suggests sqlite is at work in the background here.
The commands are arranged in an easy system, with tasks, projects, aliases and so forth, all managed by similar keywords.
I can’t really show it in a quick gif, but the potential is obviously here for some very complex, very detailed project management.
Overall, this is reminiscent of things like yagtd, or maybe ikog.
On the other hand, I think this might be unique if it’s using sqlite as a framework for the to-do list.
Isn’t that overkill? After all, programs like ctodo just store everything in flat text files.
Maybe. But that will depend on the size of your to-do list, right? 😉
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