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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
A1XWork on PlannerDatabase
B10XThink about providing a read-only dired-style view for TODO items, probably in org-mode from Chat with egli on anthony.freenode.net%23emacs (TaskPool)
A16XWork on the JavaCd
A17XReview the past week from 2004.05.28
B20XLook for my keys (TaskPool)
B21XReview Compsat performance from E-Mail from Ealden EscaƱan (TaskPool)
B22XSend thank-you note from E-Mail from CHING CHUA-VALDEZCO (TaskPool)
B23XUpdate my kernel to 2.6.6 (TaskPool)
B24XSeek Akizora Fukunosuke translations and other Japanese prose poetry (TaskPool)
B25XCheck out EmacsWiki#RecentChanges from 2004.05.27
B26XReply from E-Mail from jmrobert5@mchsi.com (TaskPool)
B27XFollow up with logistics for Third National E-learning Conference {{Tasks:754}} (ComputerSocietyOfAteneo)
C3XApt-get update from 2004.05.31
C4XCheck out Slashdot from 2004.06.01
B28CWrite an indexer for planner notes (WearableMemoryAugmentation)


3. Task lists

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If we store all tasks in a plain text file, we can generate task lists based on that text file instead. That will allow us to slice and dice the tasks any way we want. The file will not be rescanned all the time, but only when an update is forced.


2. Double Room: prose poetry and short fiction

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1. Indexer for planner notes

Just realized that planner-search-notes with a match-all will do perfectly well. I don't have to do this yet, then. =)