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Re: [Orgmode] iPhone ----> org-mode

From: Brad Bozarth
Subject: Re: [Orgmode] iPhone ----> org-mode
Date: Wed, 25 Mar 2009 02:06:17 -0700

A quick question - if I use a non-nil org-feed-assume-stable, will
that handle "updating" a changed reqall entry? This would be both for
the case of the entries initially saying "Reqall is typing what you
said" before they are transcribed, and for the case of editing an
existing entry on the iPhone or web interface.

On Wed, Mar 25, 2009 at 1:36 AM, Carsten Dominik <address@hidden> wrote:
> Hi Brad,
> I hope you don't mind, but I find this *so extremely useful* that
> I made a pure Emacs lisp version of this which is now in the git repo
> under the name org-feed.el.  It is not made for fancy automatic
> updating with cron jobs and git etc, but it makes for a stand-alone
> alternative that will be easy to configure and has no dependencies
> on external code.
> For example, to get a reQall feed into file ~/org/feeds.org under heading
> "ReQall Entries", you would do this.
> (setq org-feed-alist
>   '(("ReQall" "http://www.reqall.com/user/feeds/rss/a1b2...";
>      "~/org/feeds.org" "ReQall Entries")))
> I do hope that this will not stop python hackers from exploring
> this further, because I thought that the python solution was really
> good and innovative, and it shows what can be done with modules like
> the ones Charles has put out.
> - Carsten
> On Mar 22, 2009, at 11:38 AM, Brad Bozarth wrote:
>> Hi! I'm new to org-mode, but knew I had to use it when I combined a
>> desire to try GTD with my ctrl-s view of the world.
>> I'm ok with processing tethered to a computer, but wanted an easy way
>> to capture on the move, without adding anything to my pocket. A couple
>> days of hacking later (with some real *hacks*, but they work), and
>> I've got something I really like.
>> I can now, using either the iphone keyboard or my voice, quickly
>> capture something, and know that it will shortly be sitting as a TODO
>> under "iPhone inbox" in my gtd.org file that is git synchronized
>> between all my computers. I put it together with a cron'd shell
>> script, two awk scripts, and the free "Reqall" iPhone app. Could be
>> done more elegantly, but then I wouldn't be Getting (other) Things
>> Done :). I can share the hacks if anyone is interested.
>> -brad
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