Cleaned up planner-rss.el (February 15, 2004, 0) - planner-rss.el should now be ready for (almost) general use. You can
get it from
http://sacha.free.net.ph/notebook/emacs/emacs-wiki/planner-rss.el . To use it, add
(add-to-list 'remember-append-to-planner-hook 'planner-rss-add-note t)
to your .emacs, and use M-x remember-to-planner.
publishing my journal as an RSS feed (March 21, 2003, 0) - chrisb wrote in with a tip about Hugo’s
emacs-wiki-rss.el makes very nice lists of the wiki pages I have, but
I was thinking more of publishing each journal entry (like this one!)
as an RSS item.
One way to do it is to parse all the day planner pages. I’d need to
extract the timestamp, but that shouldn’t be
Evolution as a Planner user (December 11, 2004, 0) - (Posted to emacs-wiki-discuss some time back.)
Me, I started by using Planner+Remember to scribble down random
thoughts and put them somewhere publishable. It’s kinda funny. Here’s
the very first entry I have on 2001.11.02:
.#1 Playing with planner (linux, emacs)
Today's been a busy day. I don't suppose I can get planner to nicely
work with all the
Brilliant idea! (February 26, 2004, 0) - Global planner IDs should be hyperlinks in their own right. They are of the form
But then how do we define anchors and references?
Reference: plan:///id-number or plan:///id-number/page,page,page,page (note: triple-slashes)
Or maybe plan:id-number[/page,page,page] for the anchor. Double-slashes will not be updated.
I want IDs because I’d like to e able to update notes in case of
Then this is
emacs-wiki and the example tag (February 27, 2004, 0) - I firmly believe that stuff in example tags should not get marked up
on the page, and may have to fiddle around with the faces in order to
get that to happen. Actually, restoring it to the bottom makes