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Re: [O] Non-scheduled repeating tasks

From: Detlef Steuer
Subject: Re: [O] Non-scheduled repeating tasks
Date: Wed, 7 May 2014 15:56:07 +0200

Am Mon, 5 May 2014 15:52:26 +0200
schrieb Albin Stjerna <address@hidden>:

> Hi,
> I've been thinking about how to integrate tasks which are to some
> extent tracked elsewhere into my org-mode workflow, such as for
> example "read N chapter of book A" or "watch K video lectures at X".
> I'd like a way to describe in org-mode that a task should be completed
> a number of times, and then have org-mode let the task recur a number
> of times, possibly with a cool-down period (but that's not really
> necessary). The normal progress cookies % and / would preferrably be
> used to indicate progress in the TODO headings themselves.

Not sure if I understand correctly, but did you look into org-habits? 
Sounds similar.



> 1. Has something like this been attempted by anyone else before?
> 2. Which org-mode hooks would be a good place to start integrating
> something that would both potentially block TODO transitions and have
> to read/write properties and/or special drawers in org-mode? At first,
> I thought that the problem could be trivially solved with the
> org-blocker-hook, but I realised that it said it shouldn't update the
> org buffers, and my function needs to in order to update the state for
> blocked tasks (e.g. increment the counter).
> Thanks in advance!
>   Albin

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