Sungmin <> writes:

> I have been using orgmode for the last couple of months, guided by Sasha 
> Chua's blog, and the material I have found on internet.
> Now I am started to be satisfied with my setup. But I there is one thing I 
> would like to improve.
> I would like to have people as first class citizens.
> I want to easily add people to the appointment.
> I want to be able to add people to tasks easily.
> I want to track with whom I spend time with.
> i want to be able to add people to meeting logs, with professional titles 
> easily, and other selected contact information easily
> I want to be able to mange the contact data centrally,so if I add a person to 
> a task/appoinment I can easily get to his contact information.
> I want to easily look up what I have ongoing with a specific person before I 
> meet him to remind me if there is anything I should bring up to him.
> Sacha speaks about BBDB but it does not not really seem to do what I want.
> Julien Danjou have made contacts.el, might to be a better fit.

I'd still recommend taking a closer look at BBDB -- make sure you get
version 3. Integration with Org is pretty good: you can add links to
BBDB contacts, with completion.

I'm knocking the last rough edges of a small package designed to bridge
some of the air-gaps between Org, Gnus, and BBDB -- I'll have a usable
version done Real Soon Now. Relevant to your use-case, it allows tagging
BBDB contacts with Org-type tags, so you can 1) open an Org agenda from
the tags of the displayed BBDB contacts; 2) do the inverse of that: pop
up a BBDB buffer corresponding to the tags search of the Org agenda; or
3) pop up a BBDB buffer showing all the records linked to from the
current heading.

A little glue goes a long way...


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