Org Mode is an outlining and TODO tool for Emacs. Except it’s so much more than that, since people have written all sorts of code to make it do way more than an outliner (or even a text editor!) usually does. Seriously, it even has a Sudoku solver. (The code is optional, so you don’t lose memory if you don’t load it.)
If you use Emacs and you haven’t tried out Org Mode yet, check it out.
If you’ve made Org Mode a part of your life, you’ve probably customized lots of little things about it. Please help the developers by submitting the customization survey to Mike McLean!
As discussed a few days ago on this list, Carsten and the other developers are interested in what and how us users are customizing Org mode. This was first done in 2009, so a re-do of the survey is useful as is for how people are using Org now, as well as a comparison to the past.
Carsten provided the function that was used before to collect the raw data and I am working on the data collection and summarization this time around.
I have place the function on Github, https://github.com/SkydiveMike/org-customization-survey
The raw elisp is at: https://raw.github.com/SkydiveMike/org-customization-survey/master/org-customization-survey.el
All you need to do is:
1. Load and eval the function
2. Execute (interactive) org-customization-survey
3. Review the buffer, cleanse for sensitive information if any
4. Email the buffer to [email protected] (If your Emacs is configured for email, C-c C-c will send)
I’m looking forward to the results, which will most likely be posted to the Org Mode mailing list.
Curious about my Org configuration? Check out my annotated Emacs config.