Message to planner (May 31, 2003, 0) -
(defun message-to-planner ()
"Logs this message to the News and Mail section of today's planner file."
(let ((string (concat
" | " (if
Emacs: Keep track of messages sent (September 1, 2006, 0) - Because a Big Brother Database of my contacts isn’t complete if I
don’t keep track of what e-mail I sent them and when I sent it, this
bit of Emacs Lisp code adds Gnus subjects to the BBDB records of the
people to whom I sent e-mail.
(defun sacha/gnus-add-subject-to-bbdb-record ()
"Add datestamped subject note for each person this
Sharing the link love (August 10, 2006, 0) - People who visit my blog instead of reading
it on an RSS aggregator get a couple of nifty extras, including my
task list and a list of e-mail messages sent. It’s a personal
experiment I’ve been running for a while now with unexpectedly
positive results. People have helped me with things on my task list,
and my sent mail list
xtla and Gnus (June 2, 2005, 0) -
There is a feature in xtla.el to send/review patches via gnus.
To set it up, you need the following lines for your .emacs:
'(((nil "planner" nil nil nil) "~/work/planner-dev/")))
Replace ~/work/planner-dev/ with your planner working directory
The patches are sent as .tar.gz files.
When you receive such a patch (I will send
Following Susan Schreitmueller’s advice in the 28-hour Workday presentation she gave, I started replying in subject lines and using [EOM, NRN] to indicate the end of the message and that no response is necessary.
Not everyone’s familiar with this convention, so I always