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From: Hellekin O. Wolf <hellekin <at> cepheide.org>
Subject: AutOrg, and practice of GTD in a group
Newsgroups: gmane.emacs.orgmode
Date: Tuesday 22nd June 2010 21:19:41 UTC (over 6 years ago)
Hello list,

I'm quite impressed posting on this list of genious coders who brought
such a powerful tool as org-mode.  Not honey-licking your shoes.
Being allergic to linear time and its implementation (calendars,
clocks...), I found org-mode of great help when dealing with normal
people.

Using the ! flag to Orgmode TODO states, I can track time without
having to look at it.  Wew!

But let's get to the point.  Jaromil, Yaakov and I started AutOrg, as
a way to combine different goals, the main drive being Yaakov wanting
us to use GTD in org-mode.  Thus we started thinking about AutOrg, an
autonomous, distributed information system based on Orgmode and Git.

One of the obvious issue that came up concerns the ways to "share
GTD", i.e. to apply it to groups.  GTD is a methodology for the
individual, and each individual tends to tailor it to her own
world-view.  I explain the kind of issues more in depth in the AutOrg
documentation[1], but I want to keep this reasonably short.

How do you guys use CATEGORIES, PROPERTIES and TAGS in combination
with TODO states and Org-Agenda to optimize your GTD workflow?

What strategy do you take when you have a personal SEQ_TODO and need
to work with other people, using a different SEQ_TODO?

Cheers,

==
hk

[1] http://code.dyne.org/index.cgi?url=autorg/tree/doc/TODO.org
section "GTD for groups"

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