Manish mailtomanish.sharma at gmail.com writes: On Thu, Jan 29, 2009 at 3:49 AM, Carsten Dominik wrote: Hi, yesterday I did this command in my org-mode git repo: grep defcustom lisp/*el |wc -l and got 378 as an answer. 378 user-customizable variables, no kidding. It's been almost 5 years since that last check and about time to do it again. And it's even crazier now. :) manishsharma:org-mode/ (master) $ git --no-pager log --pretty=format:'%aD %H' -1 Fri, 17 Jan 2014 12:45:21 +0100 bf304c34854e2f07001e8180508f0c833d17307f% manishsharma:org-mode/ (master) $ grep defcustom lisp/*el |wc -l 808 A big thanks to everyone. --Manish 808 options. That is Scary, and daunting and amazing. Any possibility to get a update on the survey on which configuration are in use as well? http://orgmode.org/worg/org-configs/org-customization-survey.html contains excellent information. But how have things evolved? I have just started to scratch on the surface of orgmode. Maybe 8 months of usage. For me it would help me understand what I should look into next. Thank you every one for all of your contributions.
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. Does anyone have this kind of setup? Or good pointers in how to set it up? I would be interested in learning Elisp if necessary to implement this. Thank you in advance Sungmin
Yes, i meant org-contacts.I created a file I called people.org and I input some contacts in it.But, how does it make it easier to assign a person to a task in my todo.org? Is there any type of auto complete functionality? Do I have to make a manual link to the people.org file instance to be able to easily access that persons contact information?Thank you in advance./Sungminps.This mailings list / community is awesome!- 원본 메일 -보낸사람: Alexander Baier lexi.ba...@gmail.com받는사람 : Sungmin sungsongs...@daum.net참조 : firstname.lastname@example.org날짜: 2014년 5월 01일 목요일, 02시 55분 36초 +0900제목: Re: Contacts/Resources/People On 2014-04-30 18:28 Sungmin wrote: Julien Danjou have made contacts.el, might to be a better fit. If you are referring to org-contacts than this might just be your solution. Or at least the best way possible to integrate your contacts with other org-related things. With org-contacts your address book is just a plain old org-mode formatted file, where headlines with a certain property (the default is EMAIL I think) are treated as contacts. For example: #+begin_src org * Person A :PROPERTIES: :EMAIL: a...@example.com :END: ** Notes Meeting - foo - bar... * Person B :PROPERTIES: :EMAIL: b...@example.com :END: #+end_src As you can see, notes are easily added as you are just editing your plain old org-file. Adding people to a certain event may just be as simple as linking to the headline corresponding to the person. About tracking time, there should be functionality for this built in - I am no expert there. HTH, -- Alexander Baier
Thank you for your quick reply Eric.Using M-x customize-group RET org RET was one of the first things I did. Maybe even the first thing I did in Org-mode to try to get a better understanding about what is possible.It is really amazing how customizable everything is. That is why it would be so helpful to see what other peoples settings are on a big scale.Quite randomly, I looked at Sacha Chua's blog after posting this and noticed that an additional survey actually happened in end of 2013 with a lot ofresponseshttp://sachachua.com/blog/2013/11/emacs-org-mode-customization-survey/But it seems like the result was never published.Well, I will just look through the old survey (http://orgmode.org/worg/org-configs/org-customization-survey.html) I am sure that will give a ton of ideas as well.With kind regards,Sungmin- 원본 메일 -보낸사람: Eric S Fraga e.fr...@ucl.ac.uk받는사람 : Sungmin sungsongs...@daum.net참조 : email@example.com날짜: 2014년 5월 01일 목요일, 00시 50분 23초 +0900제목: Re: [O] [Orgmode] POLL: the 40 variables project On Wednesday, 30 Apr 2014 at 15:29, Sungmin wrote: [...] 808 options. That is Scary, and daunting and amazing. I have just started to scratch on the surface of orgmode. Maybe 8 months of usage. For me it would help me understand what I should look into next. Although I am not in general a big fan of emacs's customize feature, it can be very useful for exploring options in packages. I would suggest you do M-x customize-group RET org RET and browse... -- : Eric S Fraga (0xFFFCF67D), Emacs 220.127.116.11, Org release_8.2.6-923-g233c11