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  • Anybody using emacs?

    I'm currently using Wiki-pages for handling my different lists, but I feel that there might be something more effectice. I then found planner.el which seems like a great tool. Unfortunately it does not map to the GTD way of doing things. Is anybody using emacs for maintaining their lists? How?

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    emacs

    Hi,

    planner.el looks interesting. I'm not sure how the A|B|C priorities get set. I like the shorthand for task status:
    _ = pending
    > = delegated
    x = done

    If you're a lisp coder, it should be relatively straightforward to split it from a single 'Tasks' list to the multiple lists that GTD requires:
    Projects
    Current
    Someday/maybe
    Next Actions
    @context
    and so on.

    I'd be interested to hear how it goes.

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    • #3
      I've been in touch with Sacha, the developer of planner.el, and she was very responsive. See her initial comments here:

      http://sacha.free.net.ph/notebook/wiki/2004.05.12.php

      I'm thinking that the different priorites could be re-used as context-tags. All Projects would have a planning page of their own and then there would be one "NextActions" planning page for all homeless NA:s.

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      • #4
        John Anderson has detailed notes on Planner+GTD at http://genehack.org/2004/09/21

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