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Is there a habit tracker for GNU/Linux? It should allow the user to manually record whether the habit was performed or failed at a particular time and provide habit strength statistics, so that I knew where I should pay more attention to accomplish my goals. There is Loop Habit Tracker, but it is for Android.

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Hello there try those i hope i can help you after a long time of waiting.
https://snapcraft.io/good-job - Good Job
https://github.com/nerdypepper/dijo - Dijo

Reference links:
Dijo - https://github.com/NerdyPepper/dijo
Good Job - https://github.com/good-job-app

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    – Chenmunka
    Feb 12 at 21:56
  • Thank you! Both are worth looking into! My observation is that Good Job expects the user to build the habit in a predetermined time frame, so it ties statistics to that period only. This should be fine for building a habit, but seems complicated for maintaining habits as a part of a daily routine. dijo should be good for a vim user because of "vim like command mode". This reminds me of the option of tracking habits with Org Mode, which I would try if I were using GNU Emacs by now! Feb 12 at 23:17

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