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Re: [Orgmode] Links to tomboy notes in org files

From: Carsten Dominik
Subject: Re: [Orgmode] Links to tomboy notes in org files
Date: Sat, 9 May 2009 08:59:16 +0200

On May 9, 2009, at 12:15 AM, Marcelo de Moraes Serpa wrote:

Hello list,

Well, first, once again (I don't get tired of doing this) let me congratulate the org developer for such an awesome piece of software!

I use org to implement GTD, and most of my list management lies in emacs+org. However, for reference material and notes (that are reference in nature) I use tomboy. I have two inboxes: Remember and Tomboy. When I feel the data is amorphous (I'm not sure yet what it means) I just dump it in inbox.org through Remember to then process -- it may turn out to be reference material and may go to tomboy. However, if it's a note, blog post draft, or any other data that is is bigger in nature and has a reference and that will probably not be accessed that often, I dump into tomboy.

I have a main gtd.org file and in its top I have a list of other org files that I have, for example:
 * Workout plan - [[workout.org]]
 * Nutrition - [[nutrition.org]]

What I would like to do is create a link to a tomboy note. I'm sure it would be possible somehow, but I have no idea how though. Something like:

 * Check out Blog post draft [[tomboy:"my draft"]]

And C-u C-o on it would open this tomboy note in tomboy.

Any ideas on how this could be implemented?

Is there a command line command that will fire up tomboy and display a specific note? The this could be easily done.

- Carsten

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