> a) I doing some non urgent (planned) DBA tasks (call this project A) > b) someone calls me (interrupting Project A) > c) I am doing what urgency of b) is needed > d) when c) is finished, I get back to project A
> I think the Time Clocking section of this document by Bernt Hansen would be quite helpful in your case. In fact, the entire document is excellent reading for getting things done using org-mode.
On Tue, Aug 4, 2009 at 11:27 AM, Xavier Maillard<address@hidden> wrote: > Hi, > > I am not a serious org-mode user but I am trying to use it again
> for daily task planning (which everytime I tried, failed at ;)). > > I did my lectures thanks to the worg project (Bernst and John > lecture were a real pleasure and sort of a non hittable dream to
> me) but I still not clear how I could take advantage of all I > read (Bernst project concept is rather hard to understand for > me, it lacks examples IMO). > > My main problem is that, at my work position (DBA), urgency is
> not given by what I plan to do but by whom is calling me -i.e if > someone is calling me, it often means "forget what you were doing > and do this instead". > > Given my fabulous talent of procrastination, this does not really
> help get organized and thus this does not help in getting things > done. > > How would you use org-mode in this situation ? > > Ex: > > a) I doing some non urgent (planned) DBA tasks (call this project A)
> b) someone calls me (interrupting Project A) > c) I am doing what urgency of b) is needed > d) when c) is finished, I get back to project A > > At my job, they often rules the "retro planning" concept which is
> bloat. So how would you "manage" such situation in org-mode ? > > Thank you, > > Xavier > > > > _______________________________________________ > Emacs-orgmode mailing list
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