Emacs Org: Display a subset of tasks by context (December 31, 2012, 0) - I wanted to get a quick preview of my top three tasks by context. Since org-tags-view didn’t seem to have a built-in way to limit the
number of displayed items, I used defadvice to add my own. Here’s the relevant code from my Emacs configuration:
(defvar sacha/org-agenda-limit-items nil "Number of items to show in agenda to-do views; nil if
Waaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaahoooooooooooo! Published! (September 2, 2005, 0) - Bob Erb wrote:
Reading Linux Journal at work today, I get to the article
about todo lists, browsing through it, getting interested when it
started talking about plain text files, then excited when planner-mode
was mentioned, then thinking, “I’ll have to tell emacs-wiki-discuss
about this!” as the discussion of planner-mode continued, then, wow,
Waaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaahooooooooooooooooo! I’ve been published!
One day with Planner (December 23, 2007, 7) - The daily rituals I described yesterday can also be done with Planner, another personal information manager for Emacs. In fact, I spent about four years managing my tasks using Planner before I tried out Org. My process then was similar to my Org process now in that I wrote the tasks down before I tried
TODO lists in Emacs! (January 18, 2006, 0) - E-mail addresses removed. But it’s the real Stephen J. Turnbull… =)
From: "Stephen J. Turnbull"
Subject: Re: TODO extension for source code and Emacs
To: tlug (Tokyo Linux Users Group)
Date: Wed Jan 18 14:17:40 2006 +0800
>>>>> "Ian" == Ian Wells (ijw) writes:
Ian> Actually I was hoping for something that understood
Org-mode and habits (May 15, 2012, 16) - Org Mode is a personal information manager for the Emacs text editor. People have contributed a ton of useful features to it over the years, and the development shows no sign of slowing down. One of the features I’ve been playing around with is the ability to track habits.
Org habits are recurring tasks.