Example ConfigurationΒΆ

# Example bugwarriorrc

# General stuff.
# Here you define a comma separated list of targets.  Each of them must have a
# section below determining their properties, how to query them, etc.  The name
# is just a symbol, and doesn't have any functional importance.
targets = my_github, my_bitbucket, paj_bitbucket, moksha_trac, bz.redhat

# If unspecified, the default taskwarrior config will be used.
#taskrc = /path/to/.taskrc

# Setting this to true will shorten links with http://da.gd/
#shorten = False

# Setting this to True will include a link to the ticket in the description
inline_links = False

# Setting this to True will include a link to the ticket as an annotation
annotation_links = True

# Setting this to True will include issue comments and author name in task
# annotations
annotation_comments = True

# Defines whether or not issues should be matched based upon their description.
# In legacy mode, we will attempt to match issues to bugs based upon the
# presence of the '(bw)' marker in the task description.
# If this is false, we will only select issues having the appropriate UDA
# fields defined (which is smarter, better, newer, etc..)
legacy_matching = False

# log.level specifies the verbosity.  The default is DEBUG.
#log.level = DEBUG

# If log.file is specified, output will be redirected there.  If it remains
# unspecified, output is sent to sys.stderr
#log.file = /var/log/bugwarrior.log

# Configure the default description or annotation length.
#annotation_length = 45

# Use hooks to run commands prior to importing from bugwarrior-pull.
# bugwarrior-pull will run the commands in the order that they are specified
# below.
# pre_import: The pre_import hook is invoked after all issues have been pulled
# from remote sources, but before they are synced to the TW db. If your
# pre_import script has a non-zero exit code, the `bugwarrior-pull` command will
# exit early.
pre_import = /home/someuser/backup.sh, /home/someuser/sometask.sh

# This section is for configuring notifications when bugwarrior-pull runs,
# and when issues are created, updated, or deleted by bugwarrior-pull.
# Three backends are currently supported:
#  - growlnotify (v2)   Mac OS X   "gntp" must be installed
#  - gobject            Linux      python gobject must be installed
# To configure, adjust the settings below.  Note that neither of the #
# "sticky" options have any effect on Linux.  They only work for
# growlnotify.
# notifications = True
# backend = growlnotify
# finished_querying_sticky = False
# task_crud_sticky = True
# only_on_new_tasks = True

# This is a github example.  It says, "scrape every issue from every repository
# on http://github.com/ralphbean.  It doesn't matter if ralphbean owns the issue
# or not."
service = github
github.default_priority = H
github.add_tags = open_source

# This specifies that we should pull issues from repositories belonging
# to the 'ralphbean' github account.  See the note below about
# 'github.username' and 'github.login'.  They are different, and you need
# both.
github.username = ralphbean

# I want taskwarrior to include issues from all my repos, except these
# two because they're spammy or something.
github.exclude_repos = project_bar,project_baz

# Working with a large number of projects, instead of excluding most of them I
# can also simply include just a limited set.
github.include_repos = project_foo,project_foz

# Note that login and username can be different:  I can login as me, but
# scrape issues from an organization's repos.
# - 'github.login' is the username you ask bugwarrior to
#   login as.  Set it to your account.
# - 'github.username' is the github entity you want to pull
#   issues for.  It could be you, or some other user entirely.
github.login = ralphbean
github.password = OMG_LULZ

# Here's an example of a trac target.
service = trac

trac.base_uri = fedorahosted.org/moksha
trac.username = ralph
trac.password = OMG_LULZ

trac.only_if_assigned = ralph
trac.also_unassigned = True
trac.default_priority = H
trac.add_tags = work

# Here's an example of a megaplan target.
service = megaplan

megaplan.hostname = example.megaplan.ru
megaplan.login = alice
megaplan.password = secret
megaplan.project_name = example

# Here's an example of a jira project. The ``jira-python`` module is
# a bit particular, and jira deployments, like Bugzilla, tend to be
# reasonably customized. So YMMV. The ``base_uri`` must not have a
# have a trailing slash. In this case we fetch comments and
# cases from jira assigned to 'ralph' where the status is not closed or
# resolved.
service = jira
jira.base_uri = https://jira.example.org
jira.username = ralph
jira.password = OMG_LULZ
jira.query = assignee = ralph and status != closed and status != resolved
# Set this to your jira major version. We currently support only jira version
# 4 and 5(the default). You can find your particular version in the footer at
# the dashboard.
jira.version = 5
jira.add_tags = enterprisey,work

# Here's an example of a phabricator target
service = phabricator
# No need to specify credentials.  They are gathered from ~/.arcrc

# Here's an example of a teamlab target.
service = teamlab

teamlab.hostname = teamlab.example.com
teamlab.login = alice
teamlab.password = secret
teamlab.project_name = example_teamlab

# Here's an example of a redmine target.
service = redmine
redmine.url = http://redmine.example.org/
redmine.key = c0c4c014cafebabe
redmine.user_id = 7
redmine.project_name = redmine
redmine.add_tags = chiliproject

service = activecollab
activecollab.url = https://ac.example.org/api.php
activecollab.key = your-api-key
activecollab.user_id = 15
activecollab.add_tags = php

service = activecollab2
activecollab2.url = http://ac.example.org/api.php
activecollab2.key = your-api-key
activecollab2.user_id = 15
activecollab2.projects = 1:first_project, 5:another_project

service = gmail
gmail.query = label:action OR label:readme
gmail.login_name = you@example.com