JP Vossen via plug on 1 Nov 2019 13:43:36 -0700

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Re: [PLUG] Keeping a simple markdown work-log, via emacs

Yeah, I "tag" my bullet items with codes like SR# and TR# for status report and t-shooting, then just grep the plain text file at status report time.

Then those plain text weekly status reports with summaries are really handy at review time...

On 11/1/19 4:05 PM, Walt Mankowski via plug wrote:
I've been doing something similar with trying to keep a daily work
journal in Emacs. I've got a simple function that inserts the current
date, and then I just put a bunch of bullet items. It certainly helps
in writing my weekly status report as well as checking commitments
I've made earlier in the week.

On Fri, Nov 01, 2019 at 01:56:28PM -0400, JP Vossen via plug wrote:
This struck me as being related to Walt's recent preos and questions about
Linux on the desktop at work.

I do *exactly* the same thing, except using the Zim Desktop Wiki I talked
about instead of Emacs (great OS, just needs an editor :).  And IIRC other
PLUG folks use Taskwarrior.
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