No, I don’t know why, either. =)
But it’s up again, just in case you want to see it. This one is based
on Org-mode for Emacs, so it’s not the same task list that used to
show up on my Planner wiki.
Expect this to change a lot as I figure out how I want it to fit in.
The downside of using WordPress as my front-end is that it looks like
it’s going to be difficult to get the kind of day view I have with my
Planner version. How
do I get it to display future pages?
I may end up writing yet another layer on top of this… =(
Anyway, here’s my highly idiosyncratic config, just in case you want
to get started hacking this onto your system:
(defvar sacha/org-publish-agenda-directory "~/notebook/org/" "*Directory to save the published agenda to.") (org-defkey org-agenda-mode-map "p" 'sacha/org-publish-agenda) (defun sacha/org-publish-agenda () "Copy the agenda buffer to a file in `sacha/org-publish-agenda-directory'." (interactive) ;; Take the entire contents of the agenda and dump it into a text file labeled with the date. (let ((agenda (with-current-buffer org-agenda-buffer-name (unless org-agenda-show-log (org-agenda-log-mode)) (buffer-string))) (filename (format-time-string "%Y-%m-%d.txt" (if org-starting-day (calendar-time-from-absolute (1+ org-starting-day) 0) (current-time))))) (with-temp-buffer (insert agenda) (write-file (expand-file-name filename sacha/org-publish-agenda-directory))))) (defun sacha/org-publish-agenda-today (interactive) "Publish today's agenda. Suitable for ~/.emacs, we hope." (let ((entry (assoc "a" org-agenda-custom-commands))) (if entry (org-run-agenda-series (nth 1 entry) (cddr entry)) (call-interactively 'org-agenda-list)) (sacha/org-publish-agenda)))
Random Emacs symbol: hack-local-variables – Function: Parse and put into effect this buffer’s local variables spec.