Subject: Debate about "One clock per user, but user is identified"
Date: Thursday 10th June 2010 07:41:12 UTC (over 7 years ago)
Hi all, In the clock theme, I'm opening another debate, reason of the subject change. This is something I begin to really feel the need for. Let's explain. I've already convinced 3 to 4 of my Emacs (mainly) colleagues to go for Org-mode whenever writing any type of document (to be published via PDFLaTeX). They do it more and more, and we begin working in the same documents, stored under SVN. We begin using CLOCK times under big sections, and that's where the problem occurs: we have no way to distinguish between the times I've clocked there, and the ones of my main colleague. I don't ask for multiple clocks running simultaneously, but (as I currently envision it -- reason for collecting *your* ideas) for an identifier [something like `org-user-identifier'] to be added to the clock lines, so that we can filter based on the user, when multiple people have clocked in the same documents. That'd be good as well for managing a team project: being able to clock people's contribution to different tasks in one big document. Of course, some tasks would be worked on by a couple of persons. What do you think about all this? Best regards, Seb -- Sébastien Vauban _______________________________________________ Emacs-orgmode mailing list Please use `Reply All' to send replies to the list. [email protected] http://lists.gnu.org/mailman/listinfo/emacs-orgmode