Another zesty discovery that I made today after using org for like 10 years
is "clockcheck" mode in Agenda (v c).
I have never known about that (or forgot about it). I haven't run the
git-blame on that feature though, I don't want to have a big gap in my
clock times between tasks :)
I have not put effort estimates on my tasks for a long time.
Tonight, I was playing chess and saw a "notify" message come up on my
Linux box that should be finished by now.
Wow - I never knew org-mode had that built-in! I ran a git-blame on the
code  and it's been a long time,
Remember to cover the basics, that is, what you expected to happen and
what in fact did happen. You don't know how to make a good report? See
Your bug report will be posted to the Org mailing list.
"Thomas S. Dye" writes:
> Aloha Eric,
> Good news. Yes, please feel free to update the Worg SQLite page.
> IIRC, you can get permission from Bastien to push changes and then you
> can edit Worg at will.
Cool! Bastien, can you help me get write access to Worg?
Good to know, I will have a look at it when time permit.
Russell Adams writes:
> Recoll is xaipan based.
> On Fri, Nov 08, 2019 at 08:28:22AM -0500, John Kitchin wrote:
>> It could be dead. At the time I worked with it, the project had already
>> switched to a library form that was not directly
Recoll is xaipan based.
On Fri, Nov 08, 2019 at 08:28:22AM -0500, John Kitchin wrote:
> It could be dead. At the time I worked with it, the project had already
> switched to a library form that was not directly useful to me, and the
> original swish project was not being further developed. These
It could be dead. At the time I worked with it, the project had already
switched to a library form that was not directly useful to me, and the
original swish project was not being further developed. These days, I would
look to something like xapian or postgresql I think (assuming sqlite is not
I have been missing this feature for a while and noticed it had already
been requested before (2014), See:
With this patch you can switch between using jar or plantuml. The idea
partly stemmed from plantuml-mode and my
Is it me or Swish-e is dead?
The url www.swish-e.org, leads to a whisky e-shop oO.
Eric Abrahamsen writes:
> John Kitchin writes:
>> The way I got Swish to index org files was to create a script that
>> generated an xml file