Do you feel that you could have moved your hands, keystroke by keystroke, across the globe twice every day? Interested in finding out just how much you type a day? Do you know which applications you use the most? Do you know which applications use the most bandwidth?
WhatPulse is a small application that measures your keyboard/mouse usage, down- & uploads and your uptime. It sends these statistics to https://whatpulse.org where you can use these stats to analyze your computing life, compete against or with your friends and compare your statistics to other people.
Install by running:
snap install --devmode --beta whatpulse
You may need to download and run
setup-input-permissions.sh in order for WhatPulse to access your input devices: http://whatpulse.org/files/linux/setup-input-permissions.sh
This is a beta for WhatPulse's Linux support - you can share feedback on the Medium post: https://medium.com/whatpulse/an-update-on-the-linux-client-a23d8529964
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Choose your Linux distribution to get detailed installation instructions. If yours is not shown, get more details on the installing snapd documentation.
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