git clone 'git://github.com/omouse/org-doing.git'
Inspired by doing, a set of functions for keeping track of what you're doing right now.
doing.org file in your home directory (or wherever
org-doing-file points to). The file has two sections: now and
later. The now section lists things you are currently working on. The
later section lists things you want to work on later.
Log what you're doing now:
Log what you're doing later:
C-u M-x org-doing-log
Log something you've already done:
Mark your most recent TODO as DONE:
M-x org-doing-done (don't enter anything and press Enter)
The omni function lets you enter short-hands at the beginning, making it very quick to use org-doing:
M-x org-doing now reviewing email, getting ready for a nap. seriously
The “now” is parsed and the
org-doing-log function is called with
the rest of the string. It's the same as doing this:
M-x org-doing-log reviewing email, getting ready for a nap. seriously
This is also works for later and for done:
M-x org-doing later adding more cool features to org-doing mode M-x org-doing done added something simply amazing to org-doing mode M-x org-doing done
You can also use org-doing from the command line by defining the
ORG_DOING_PATH environment variable to the location of
org-doing.el and by sourcing
ORG_DOING_PATH=/path/to/org-doing.el source /path/to/org-doing.bash doing now awesome stuff doing later more awesome doing done something cool doing done