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Re: [O] Call for an Emacs Library Developer

From: Jeff Rush
Subject: Re: [O] Call for an Emacs Library Developer
Date: Wed, 26 Oct 2016 20:28:36 -0500
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Thanks Greg for those links.  I was aware of Mobileorg-Android but didn't
know development had started back up.  The Orgzly app looked more
mature at this point but, of course, doesn't do everything that .org can
do in managing documents.  But it's use of a simple query language to
produce agenda of tasks is interesting and, using Dropbox it is easy to
connect my desktop .org files with those on my phone and tablet,
although I sometimes forget to click the SYNC button.  I wish it was
automatic, like a Google Doc.

On 10/25/2016 08:48 AM, Greg Troxel wrote:
> > Jeff Rush <address@hidden> writes: > >> I'm a huge fan of Org-Mode and have tried on and off to use it to sync >> tasks with Toodledo.com.  There is an Emacs library org-toodledo for >> this but it has fallen into disrepair and the author of the latest fork, >> @myuhe (Yuhei Maeda) can't be found. >> >> This module seems to be the best way forward for making the many >> tasks I maintain in org-mode available bi-directionally on my Android >> phone, using the Ultimate ToDo app (layers over Toodledo.com) and >> the Orgzly app (syncs docs and tasks (via search expr) using Dropbox). > > There is also the android mobileorg app, which is actually Free Software > and doesn't require using non-Free network services and sharing your > data with third parties.  It seems to be in need of maintenance too: > >   https://github.com/matburt/mobileorg-android > > And there is a fork/rewrite which I didn't know about, but looks interesting: > >   https://github.com/wizmer/syncorg

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