Playing with planner (linux, emacs) (November 2, 2001, 0) - Today’s been a busy day. I don’t suppose I can get planner to nicely work with all the rest of emacs, can it? I rather like emacswiki…
Alright, seems to be fine. Planner’s actually pretty nifty. I’ll pop the description into my remembrance agent index on the next scan, I suppose; maybe it’ll be useful.
Remembering to Org and Planner (October 5, 2007, 0) - Most of my notes are in Emacs Planner. Handy commands like M-x
remember help me quickly take notes and write down ideas, saving the
text to my blog.
While reading the manual for Org, another PIM for Emacs (yes, another
one!), I decided to give it a try. Org uses Remember, the same quick
note-taking module that Planner does. I
Thoughts on planner-notes (February 26, 2004, 0) - Actually, subcategories are already handled by separate plan pages, so
I don’t need subtopics any more. I would, however, like to see all the
note headlines, possibly bounded by certain dates. That would be fun.
In which case, I don’t need to merge anything in from planner-notes -
I can just work with the export functions I already have
planner.el broken up into lots of little files (February 23, 2004, 0) - It should compile cleanly under Emacs 21.3 (CVS). I’m still trying to
figure out how to install the fsf-compat package under XEmacs so that
I can get it to compile cleanly there.
WARNING! Many user-visible changes. In particular, you will now need
to require a bunch of other things in order to get the old behavior. I
should figure out
New module: planner-notes-index.el (March 8, 2004, 0) - planner-notes-index allows you to view and publish an index of notes
in PlannerMode day pages. The roadmap for this module can be found at
PlannerModeNotesIndex. Feel free to help out!