A personal task tracker designed to help you focus. It is similar to taskwarrior but uses git to synchronise instead of a proprietary protocol.
Dstask is currently in beta -- the interface, data format and commands may change before version 1.0. That said, it's unlikely that there will be a breaking change as things are nearly finalised.
It's mature enough for daily use. I use dstask dozens of times a day, synchronised across 4 computers.
Powerful context system (automatically applies filter/tags to queries and new tasks)
Git powered sync/undo/resolve (passwordstore.org style) which means no need to set up a sync server, and sync between devices is easy!
Task listing won't break with long task text (unlike taskwarrior, currently)
note command -- edit a full markdown note for each task. Checklists are useful here.
open command -- open URLs found in specified task (including notes) in the browser
zsh/bash completion for speed
A single statically-linked binary
Collaboration. This is a personal task tracker. Use another system for projects that involve multiple people. Note that it can still be beneficial to use dstask to track what you are working on in the context of a multi-person project tracked elsewhere.
A 256-color capable terminal