The new version of TaskWarrior (2.2.0) supports the new field
scheduled which is/maybe pretty handy. The short version of how to install it on a linux machine (without asking root): Follow the instructions in the file
INSTALL from the source tarball and set the flag
cmake to your home directory.
The long version: Grab the latest download link from the TaskWarrior Download page and do something like
you will end up with a directory called
tar xvfz task-2.2.0.tar.gz
bin where the executable
task now resides. The file
/home/YOURHOMEDIRECTORY/.taskrc can be used to configure TaskWarrior as you are used to. On a freshly installed debian you might have to do:
* Update (2015-06-27): one should also include
aptitude install build-essential
-DCMAKE_BUILD_TYPE=release to the call of
cmake (see [the official instructions](http://taskwarrior.org/download/)).
* Update (2016-04-03): one should also install
libgnutls28-dev under debian now to build TaskWarrior.