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[emacs-wiki-discuss] Re: Use of multiple dynamic projects in planner muse?
Thu, 15 Sep 2005 16:25:23 +0200
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I am really interested in integrating GTD and planner. I think your
ideas are excellent, and i'd love to help you with that. The only
problem is that i am really new to emacs and planner, so i am afraid i
won't be able to help you.
Are you making progresses? Could you post your setup?
Tim O Callaghan wrote:
I've just finished migrating from planner-emacs-wiki to planner-muse. I
have been trying to set up a GTD type planner setup (without day
pages), and i thought i would ask on the list first to see if my idea
is feasible, or even better - done already ;)
My basic idea is to try and allow me to create dynamic GTD project
environments, mixing muse: content, planner-muse (p-muse): to-do lists
and per-project directories. A project could consist of a planner file
or possibly a sub-directory with planner & muse file(s) + work (code &
reference docs). This way when i point muse/p-muse at a directory
tree, it can make a good guess at the active projects in the tree.
I would like to split the planner from the muse when it comes to writing, to
work in a pure muse mode rather than p-muse. I have been thinking of
using the auto-mode-alist with a .plan & .muse extension but i thought
i would check if there was a p-muse extension or recognizer?
I have XEmacs environments on quite a few different machines, each of
which will have one or more projects, some possibly unique to that
machine. So I would like muse/planner muse to be able to cope automagicaly
when a project is or isn't there.
Say i have a project 'foosabilty study', and i want to move it from
"~/projects-maybe/foosabilty study/" to "~/projects-active/foosabilty
study/". I want XEmacs to cope with the changes without having to
re-write my muse-project-alist, or even restart XEmacs.
I want to have loosely coupled muse-wiki inter-wiki links based on
project names that will accommodate them being moved around and deal
with them not being there at all.
What do people think?
While i was thinking about this, i also wondered about the idea of a
planner-muse-imap mode. Not for sending emails, but for using a remote
imap server to store project directories and/or project trees. My
reasoning is that i could host a few of my higher level, cross site
projects and ad-hoc to-do lists in a filesystem that i can access and
change from any imap mail client, such as the one on my PDA.
I thought I'd throw the idea out for discussion before i asked for it
as a feature though :)
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