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Re: Gnus: Thread notes?


From: Narendra Joshi
Subject: Re: Gnus: Thread notes?
Date: Sun, 15 Oct 2017 21:13:14 +0530
User-agent: Gnus/5.13 (Gnus v5.13) Emacs/27.0.50 (gnu/linux)

Michael Heerdegen <address@hidden> writes:

> Hi,
>
> do you know the problem that after some time, you have forgotten which
> messages of a thread were important, and what you wanted to do after
> some consent has been made?
>
> I would like a simple feature in Gnus that could be described as "Thread
> notes": when I click on a message, a file (maybe org) opens, maybe with
> a link back to that message (the file itself would be attached to the
> thread) where you could store some notes about the thread.  When you
> later need to reconsider that thread, that file would serve as a summary
> of the aspects that were important to you, with links to the messages
> and text passages, so you spare the time to re-read the whole thread and
> find the passages yourself.
>
> Is something like that already possible, with means of Gnus or Org, that
> is similarly convenient?  I'm not a heavy org-mode user, so I would
> prefer a solution that is build up on Gnus instead of Org.
>
> Or do people have other interesting workflows that are worth sharing
> helping with that kind of problem?
I have the following capture template for TODO's

#+name: org-capture-templates
#+begin_src org :session vicarious :exports both :results output
(setq org-capture-templates
        `(("i" "TODO" entry (file+headline "capture.org" "Tasks")
           ,(concat
             "* TODO %? %^g\n\n"
             "%(let ((link (plist-get org-store-link-plist :annotation)))"
             "     (if (string-empty-p link) "
             "         link "
             "       (concat \"Here: \" link))) ")
           :kill-buffer t)))
#+end_src
Every time I capture a TODO, a link to the buffer is saved in the TODO
entry.

Best,
-- 
Narendra Joshi

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