Taurus parses Call logs

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Website https://andinus.nand.sh/taurus
Source https://git.tilde.institute/andinus/taurus
GitHub (mirror) https://github.com/andinus/taurus


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Taurus is released to fez, you can get it from there or install it from source. In any case, zef is required to install the distribution.

You can run Taurus without zef. Just run raku -Ilib bin/taurus from within the source directory.


  1. Run zef install taurus.

Taurus should be installed, try running taurus --version to confirm.

From Source

You can either download the release archive generated by cgit/GitHub or clone the project if you have git installed.

Without git

  1. Download the release:
  2. Extract the file.
  3. Run zef install . in source directory.

With git

All commits will be signed by my PGP Key.

# Clone the project.
git clone https://git.tilde.institute/andinus/taurus
cd taurus

# Install taurus.
zef install .


Taurus parses Call logs exported by OpenContacts. Get the application from F-Droid and export the call logs by selecting More, then Export call log from the three dot menu on top right.


It parses the exported log file line by line, stores them & presents an interface.



Exported log file.


Number of significant digits in phone numbers. Default is set to 10. If the number of digits is less than significant digits then the number is discarded, if it's more then the initial extra digits are discarded (Country Code, etc.).


v0.1.1 - 2021-08-19

  • Better format for timestamps.
  • Add Yearly Records.
  • Add Monthly Records.

v0.1.0 - 2021-08-15

Initial Implementation.

  • Present overall stats.
  • Displays contact specific stats.
    • Outgoing
    • Incoming
    • Total Call Time
    • Declined
    • They Declined
    • Missed Calls

Andinus / / Modified: 2021-11-28 Sun 13:35 Emacs 27.2 (Org mode 9.4.4)