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[Orgmode] TODO keywords into drawers ?

From: Xavier Maillard
Subject: [Orgmode] TODO keywords into drawers ?
Date: Tue, 18 Aug 2009 07:31:03 +0200
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I am relatively new (even if I used it years ago) to orgmode.

I extensively use remember to jot down new tasks/notes/... it
feets perfectly since it is almost instantaneous.

Sometimes, when at work, someone enters my room to speak about a
project. When finished, I fire remember and try to sum up our
discussion. This is not really a task to do but when reviewing my
notes, it can be switched to a task entry.

With my current setup, I have to differenciate, when in remember,
if it is a task, a note or something else. If I do not, I do not
see these entries when reviewing my org files. This is the big
hole in my system which makes me not trust my system :/

What I'd like to have in orgmode is a simpler and homogeneous way
to do things.

* TODO foo bar

would be

* foo bar

a note would be

* foo bar


A default entry would have a special entry type -say UNKNOWN-
thus making the review much more trustable. What I like in this
idea is the homegenous view of any orgmode file and I guess this
would make orgmode file parsing a lot easier.

We could even go further by storing all orgmode entries meta-data
into drawers (tags, timestamps, states, ...)




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