Priorities - A: high, B: medium, C: low; Status - _: unfinished, X: finished, C: cancelled, P: pending, o: in progress, >: delegated. Covey quadrants - Q1 & Q3: urgent, Q1 & Q2: important
A1XGet in touch with Darla and Cocoy {{Tasks:348}} (E-Mail from Ma. Mercedes T. Rodrigo)
A2XInstall xstroke and source {{Tasks:342}}
A3XInstall mozgest {{Tasks:340}}
A4XCheck CS21B quiz {{Tasks:180}}
A5XPay Equitable bill c/o home {{Tasks:338}}
B1XFix links to notes {{Tasks:329}} (E-Mail from Oliver)



3. xgesture

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xgesture promises application-specific gesture mapping, which could be very useful. I'd like to have a general set of gestures. E would get me my Emacs window, starting it if necessary. N would bring the Net up - the browser, in this case. r switches to Emacs and starts a *remember* with whatever's in the clipboard.

Would be fun.

Goal: Be able to blog from Mozilla.

2. Mouse gestures

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There _must_ be a better way to define gestures in fvwm. I like wayv's matching (haven't tried xstroke yet), as it's way, way, more intuitive than fvwm's.

Perhaps I should focus on Emacs support for now. >:) There's already strokes mode, after all...

1. Window manager

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I'd like a window manager that will allow me to focus windows from the command line. Fvwm might do the trick, with fvwmcommand.