WTF is a personal information dashboard for your terminal, developed for those who spend most of their day in the command line.

It allows you to monitor services and systems that you otherwise might keep browser tabs open for, the kinds of things you don’t always need visible, but might check in on every now and then.

Quick Start

  1. Download the stand-alone, compiled binary.
  2. Unzip the downloaded file.
  3. From the command line, cd into the newly-created /wtf directory.
  4. From the command line, run the app: ./wtf

This should launch the app in your terminal using the default simple configuration. See Configuration for more details.

Command-line Options

--config, -c
Allows you to define a custom config file to use. See Configuration for more details.

--help, -h
Shows help information for the command-line arguments that WTF takes.

--module, -m
Shows help information for the specific named module, if that module supports help text.
Example: wtf --module=todo.

--version, -v
Shows version info.

Keyboard Commands

Key: Ctrl-R
Action: Force-refresh the data for all modules.

Key: Esc
Action: Unfocus the currently-focused widget.

Key: Tab
Action: Move between focusable modules (Shift-Tab to move backwards).