[Orgmode] Re: Interpretation of priorities in org-mode

2007-08-01 Thread Stephan Schmitt
Hello, I think there are two possible interpretations of 'priority', /importance/ and /urgency/. It is up to the user which is preferred. You propose the interpretation as urgency: I have to do that thing today/this week/sometime. Importance may come into play with your daily decision,

[Orgmode] iCalendar export does not honor the ' org-agenda-default-appointment-duration' setting (v5.04)

2007-08-01 Thread Anupam Sengupta
Hi, I have set the default appointment duration for the events with only a start date/time to be 60 mins. This works perfectly well in the Agenda view; however, the iCalendar exported events still use 2 hours as the duration for the event. The function which is causing this seems to be

Re: [Orgmode] Integration of Org mode and mairix

2007-08-01 Thread Jason F. McBrayer
Bastien [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Xiao-Yong Jin [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Probably it's the time for us to think of a universal way to support system dependent 3rd party index tools. Mairix may not be the only search tool people want to use with org-mode, though it is my favourite and only

Re: [Orgmode] Interpretation of priorities in org-mode

2007-08-01 Thread Jason F. McBrayer
Piotr Zielinski [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: I'd like to find out how different people use priorities (#A, #B, ...) in org-mode. I've always assumed the standard interpretation (#A = high priority, #B = medium, #C = low). However, the problem with this approach is that what high priority means

[Orgmode] Re: Interpretation of priorities in org-mode

2007-08-01 Thread Renzo Been
Hi, Maybe I'm not that smart here... But what is actually the difference between using: *priorities and: *Using tags You could make tags like this: Urgent Tomorow Low etc... Ciao, Renzo ___ Emacs-orgmode mailing list Emacs-orgmode@gnu.org

Re: [Orgmode] Re: Interpretation of priorities in org-mode

2007-08-01 Thread Piotr Zielinski
On 01/08/07, Renzo Been [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: But what is actually the difference between using: *priorities and: *Using tags That's a very good point. The reason why I decided to use priorities was because it was easier to make them work with org-agenda. In particular, I don't know how

Re: [Orgmode] Interpretation of priorities in org-mode

2007-08-01 Thread Piotr Zielinski
On 01/08/07, Jason F. McBrayer [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I don't really use priorities at all, since I'm using org-mode to do GTD. I agree with you on that, I was only suggesting using priorities as a technical means to label certain tasks as to do today in a way which is easy in org-mode. If

Re: [Orgmode] Re: Interpretation of priorities in org-mode

2007-08-01 Thread Bastien
Piotr Zielinski [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: The reason why I decided to use priorities was because it was easier to make them work with org-agenda. In particular, I don't know how to make the agenda display, for example, all headlines without the :today: tag in the order of increasing

Re: [Orgmode] Integration of Org mode and mairix

2007-08-01 Thread Bastien
[EMAIL PROTECTED] (Jason F. McBrayer) writes: Please see (and comment) my suggestion here: http://article.gmane.org/gmane.emacs.orgmode/2563 I think that's basically right, though in the case of email search, probably the best thing would be making nnir work right (and provide nnir with