$msg = ""; $myaddress = "sacha" + "@" + "sachachua.com"; $page = "2004.11.19.php"; $page_title = "2004.11.19"; $page_updated = "2005-06-1812:17:1212:17:12-0400"; $maintainer = "sacha" + "@" + "sachachua.com"; require_once "include/calendar.php"; require_once "include/planner-include.php"; require_once "include/header.inc.php"; ?>
|A1||X||E-mail Doc Mana asking for advice (FurtherStudies)|
|B1||X||Make it easy to create a linked note based on a task: Chat%20on%20saberhagen.freenode.net%23emacs ... (PlannerModeMaintenance)|
|B2||X||Reply postponing to another weekend: E-Mail%20from%20Chiba%20Tomoko (TaskPool)|
|B3||X||Send mail script: E-Mail%20from%20Per%20Unneberg (PlannerModeMaintenance)|
|B4||X||Reply about PDA and automation: E-Mail%20from%20Peter%20Davis (PlannerModeMaintenance)|
|B||X||Write a note: E-Mail%20from%20Dominique%20Cimafranca|
|B6||X||Look for a Toyama dial-up ISP for Roselle's friend ... (TaskPool)|
|B7||C||Ask Dominique about September 10 (TaskPool)|
|B8||C||Reply to adsense about site being under construction: E-Mail%20from%20Google%20AdSense (TaskPool)|
|B9||C||Package emacs-wiki 2.63: E-Mail%20from%20Michael%20Olson (PlannerModeMaintenance)|
;; Improvements: ;; - Link back to the task? ;; - Make it possible to have your note on another page? (defun sacha/planner-create-note-from-task () "Create a note based on the current task." (interactive) (let* ((task-info (planner-current-task-info)) note-num) (when task-info (setq note-num (planner-create-note (planner-page-name))) (save-excursion (save-window-excursion (when (planner-find-task task-info) (planner-edit-task-description (concat (planner-task-description task-info) " " (planner-make-link (concat (planner-page-name) "#" (number-to-string note-num)) "...")))))) (insert (planner-task-description task-info) "\n\n")))) ;; I use F9 p to go to today's page, anyway. (define-key planner-mode-map (kbd "C-c C-n") 'sacha/planner-create-note-from-task)
<bubulle> sachAway: I just commited the first version of Debian Installer Tagalog translations <sachAway> bubulle: Wonderful! <sachAway> bubulle: I'll write Eric Pareja a thank you note.
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<Lukhas> overkill is often linked with "fun", or "geeky" <sachAway> <cough>planner</cough> - tintin put a shared memory plugin on an evergrowing list of todos ... <Lukhas> sachAway: good example :-) <Lukhas> i'm using it for my homework now <sachAway> Oooooh. <grin> <sachAway> We're still figuring out how to do deadlines nicely. Any ideas? <Lukhas> not at 07:30 in the morning :) <johnsu01> sachAway: I don't think I need any other way to handle deadlines, really. But other people seem to. - Lukhas doesn't handle deadlines at all <johnsu01> sachAway: I don't understand what's wrong with just scheduling a task on the deadline that says deadline. <sachAway> Some people want to know how far away the deadline is, I guess. I usually stick my deadline info into the tasks. (... by yyyy.mm.dd, or else! (TaskPool)) <johnsu01> Seems like that's what project pages do for me. <johnsu01> #A0 _ Write article from 2004.11.19 <johnsu01> #A1 _ Article due from 2004.12.06 <sachAway> Oh, I see... =) Pretty nice! <sachAway> So you review your plan pages to find out the deadline. <johnsu01> (that's the project page view for Article) <johnsu01> right. <johnsu01> I also do things like: <johnsu01> #A0 _ E-mail RMS from 2004.11.19 (Hacking) <johnsu01> #A1 _ Expect reply from RMS from 2004.12.06 (Hacking) <johnsu01> For keeping track of other people's deadlines. <sachAway> Good idea! I don't keep track of most things I send out. Should probably... <muses> Might be a different module, or maybe I should investigate the use of bug tracking systems for personal information management. <tintin> a count down timer at the bottom of emacs wont be bad :) <tintin> in the planner mode <tintin> ,color <fsbot> [->] EnablingFontLock is  at http://www.emacswiki.org/cgi-bin/wiki.pl?EnablingFontLock <fsbot>  Emacs: (global-font-lock-mode 1) to .emacs <fsbot>  perhaps install color-theme.el <fsbot>  XEmacs: (setq font-lock-auto-fontify t) <fsbot>  M-x customize-face default ..[Type ,more] <sachAway> tintin: Timer toward? <johnsu01> sachAway: But I do a lot of editing the task descriptions to include little status notes about them as well, like you mentioned. <sachAway> Someone suggested making manual editing of task descriptions easier. Do you use planner-id, planner-edit-task-description, or a custom hack? <johnsu01> At home I use planner-id, at work I do planner-edit-task-description. <johnsu01> My work tasks are longer, so the clutter with id is more annoying. <johnsu01> Plus I use stable there, and I was having problems with tasks not updating. <sachAway> Hmm. I've long wanted multi-line tasks, but haven't quite figured out how to deal with them nicely. Sorting and listing might become too magical. <johnsu01> It seems difficult. There is the ugly solution of making them like code, and having a line continuation character (Python's \) or something.. <sachAway> But it will become even harder to read, that way... <sachAway> Hmm. Better support for linking tasks to notes, maybe. <johnsu01> That I would like. <tintin> sachAway: timer toward the deadline for the first task <sachAway> That looks like a reasonable hack I can squeeze into, say, my train ride home. =) <sachAway> Err, the note thing. <sachAway> The timer.. hmmm. <johnsu01> If there were a way to have all of these links collapse ala outline mode, that would be nice. <nested-section level="3"><title>dade` (~email@example.com) has joined channel #emacs</title> <sachAway> johnsu01: Do you mean links in tasks, or outline and note headings? <johnsu01> I was thinking in tasks. If we are now up to a context link, a date link, and a note link. <johnsu01> or more, even. <sachAway> Yeah, it's starting to get really long. <johnsu01> But it's so nice to have it all there :) <sachAway> So a module that puts all the information on one line, but hides it (or collapses the links to, like, the first N characters), and just displays the extra information in a temporary buffer upon some magic keystroke... <johnsu01> That would be groovy.