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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
A1XFigure out XEmacs problem from E-Mail from pll {{Tasks:687}} (PlannerModeCompletedTasks)
B1XTurn off tables unless explicitly loaded {{Tasks:704}} (PlannerModeCompletedTasks)
B2Xplanner-annotation-from-info from Chat with YvonneZ on {{Tasks:703}} (PlannerModeCompletedTasks)
B3XCheck planner-id-add-task-id-to-all from Chat with johnsu01 on {{Tasks:667}} (PlannerModeCompletedTasks)
B4XMake planner-publishing-markup pass XHTML 1.0 Strict from Chat with trzkril on {{Tasks:701}} (PlannerModeCompletedTasks)
B5XReply {{Tasks:694}} (E-Mail from grace b.)
B6XFigure out how to embed lisp code into commands from E-Mail from Travis B. Hartwell {{Tasks:684}} (PlannerModeCompletedTasks)

~/.diary schedule

12:30 13:30 CS161 at IBM Room
13:30 14:30 CS161 at IBM Room
15:30 16:30 CS21A at F227


3. Searching for all entries related to a person

How would I search for all entries related to a particular person? A BBDB search that resolved URLs would get the explicit bbdb links perfectly, but what about the links automatically derived from annotations? I could search for all links and then parse out the name derived from the BBDB if the link is of the form _____ from/to ____ .

The more general question is:

How do you extract entities (persons / resources) from semi-structured text? I'm working with hyperlinked entries, so I can assume that:

- any e-mail is associated with a person (I hope) - websites will frequently be rooted off another person's namespace - the contact database is populated by people - names will tend to be non-dictionary, capitalized words

I'll start out by getting explicit, consistent links recognized. Then explicit, inconsistent links. Then unlinked names (woohoo).


2. Information retrieval research

Implicit query

Personal information management

- UC Berkeley: School of Information Management and Systems - Canterbury, NZ: - lifestreams - temporal and social structures - : (Oh wow... pretty... Cluttered, but pretty...) - - Chandler -

1. XHTML 1.0 strict does not allow numeric anchors

Categories: PlannerMode#36 -- Permalink
 <trzkril>  (defcustom planner-publishing-markup
 <trzkril>    '(["^#\\([A-C]\\)\\([0-9]*\\)\\s-*\\([_oX>]\\)\\s-*\\(.+\\)"
 <trzkril>       0 planner-markup-task]
 <trzkril> -    ["^\\.#\\([0-9]+\\)" 0 "** <a id=\"\\1\"></a>"]
 <trzkril> +    ["^\\.#\\([0-9]+\\)" 0 "** <a id=\"note\\1\"></a>"]
 <trzkril> sachac: an id="1" is just not allowed in XHTML 1.0 Strict
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