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Re: [O] Dr Wozniak’s tasklist implementation

From: John Kitchin
Subject: Re: [O] Dr Wozniak’s tasklist implementation
Date: Sun, 29 Jan 2017 16:22:18 -0500
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I do not know of anything like this, but it should not be difficult to
implement. You could store $ and time as properties in a headline, and
then write a custom sort function for use with org-sort-entries that
computes the priority and sorts in the direction you want. I do not know
how you would integrate that into the agenda, but I assume it is

Michal Rus writes:

> Hello!
> I’d like to start using dr Wozniak’s tasklist idea [1] in Org. He’s
> the original author of spaced repetition and SuperMemo.
> It’s about assigning values ($) and time (hrs) to each task. Then,
> priorities ($ divided by hrs) can be calculated, and then you do the
> tasks with the highest priority; effectively, spending your time in
> the most valuable way. (That is if you assign the value and time
> correctly, but it can be learned.)
> Is there anything like that implemented? I couldn’t find anything.
> If not, how hard would it be? Where would it be best to start?
> Thank you!
>     [1] https://www.supermemo.com/articles/tasklists.htm

Professor John Kitchin
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Department of Chemical Engineering
Carnegie Mellon University
Pittsburgh, PA 15213

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