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Re: [Orgmode] Agenda view for logging?

From: Richard G Riley
Subject: Re: [Orgmode] Agenda view for logging?
Date: Thu, 10 Apr 2008 17:42:34 +0200
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Hello, , Joel J. Adamson! 

Jose Robins <address@hidden> writes:

> Joel J. Adamson wrote:
>> Carsten Dominik <address@hidden> writes:
>>> Hi Jose, Manish
>>> I don't really think that it would be reasonable to make any entry
>>> that contains a string that looks like a time show up in the agenda.
>> I think I missed part of this conversation.  If I put
>> ** Wash the dog <2008-04-10 09:56 >
>> in one of my org-agenda-files, it shows up at 9:56 in the agenda
>> time-grid.  Is this not the intended behavior?
>> Joel
> Yes, that is intended behavior and it works fine. The question was
> whether a time range without a time-stamp would work as
> well. something like...
> ** 9:55 am - 10:15 am wash the dog
> - would put this task in "today's" agenda view.
> I see Carsten's  point about not wanting to recognize any arbitrary
> text string which looks like a time to be considered a
> "time-of-specification". A possible compromise is to have a string
> which looks like "<10:15-10:30> " to be considered as a task for today
> which appears @ the appropriate time in the agenda view. The beauty is
> that (a) you avoid having to type in extra keystrokes to schedule it,
> (b) no need to clutter with an additional date and (c) if it doesn't
> get done or something, when I do the agenda view tomorrow, it shows up
> there as well and it doesn't get lost.

Better would be a duration rather than an end date/time.

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