$msg = ""; $myaddress = "sacha" + "@" + "sachachua.com"; $page = "2003.02.20.php"; $page_title = "2003.02.20"; $page_updated = "2005-06-1812:17:0412:17:04-0400"; $maintainer = "sacha" + "@" + "sachachua.com"; require_once "include/calendar.php"; require_once "include/planner-include.php"; require_once "include/header.inc.php"; ?>
|A1||X||Figure out why planner publishing isn't getting honored (2003.02.20)|
|A2||X||Get synchtml to call emacs-wiki-publish before rsyncing|
|A3||X||Talk notes for Thursday|
|A||X||Find out how to make sure I regularly update my site|
|A5||X||Get the convention from the earlier class (Ph104)|
|A6||X||Forward dmberris to Darla|
|A7||X||Fix my schedule|
|A8||X||planner no longer creates origin date entry|
|A9||X||Fix planner bug again (2003.02.19)|
|A11||X||Really fix planner bug|
|A12||X||Confirm planner bug fixed|
|A13||X||Confirm that planner bug is fixed|
|11:00||UP open source talk|
|15:00||CS21A - Double.parseDouble|
Doesn't seem like very much. First, you still have to highlight and click. Second, I think this just uses the Microsoft Speech APIs to read the selected text...
This looks cool. It's like TRAMP, but for filesystems.
E-mail subscriptions to blogs?
Blogging from inside Emacs
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I seem to be looking for a strange mix between wiki and blog - a WikiBlog. I want it to be easy for people to jump to today's entry, and I want it to be easy for them to look at all the pages I'd edited for the day. I want to make it easy for people to subscribe to pages they're interested in and to have the day's work delivered to them in their mailbox at, say, midnight the next day.
Bah. Forget them. ;) I want something that can organize information for myself. For the most part, planner mode and emacs-wiki suffice. But I also want to be able to make this information usable to other people, and that means formatting it nicely.