LedgerMode (November 23, 2003, 2) - I want to be able to use Emacs for my double-entry accounting so that
I don’t have to start GnuCash. I would like it to be emacs-wiki
compatible so that I can publish it as an emacs-wiki file. I can begin
with having all of my entries in a GeneralLedger wiki page. Each entry
can be of the form
Score! (January 8, 2007, 0) - Yay. Now I’m getting the hang of it. AJAX with Rails is so much fun…
Random Emacs symbol: nnmail-resplit-incoming – Variable: *If non-nil, re-split incoming procmail sorted mail.
debian emacs policy (May 16, 2003, 0) - Peter S Galbraith suggests
(if (not (file-exists-p "/usr/share/emacs/site-lisp/emacs-goodies-el"))
"Package emacs-goodies-el is removed but not purged. Setup not done.")
"/usr/share/" (symbol-name flavor) "/site-lisp/emacs-goodies-el"))
Weekly review (October 21, 2007, 0) - This week, I focused on getting on board at IBM. I’m happy to say that
the process was very smooth, and I’m now deep in work doing things I
love to do for a project that I believe in. How lucky is that?
<grin> I love my work!
I’m also happy with my work-life balance. I’ve been able to
Closing my 2009 financial ledger, looking forward to the next year (January 10, 2010, 1) - Although the personal accounting program I use (John Wiegley’s ledger) can happily process decades of transactions in one file, I like using one file per year. Closing my financial books prods me to make sure that all transactions are accounted for and all my statements balance. It’s nice seeing all the numbers line up.