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Org mode is for keeping notes, maintaining TODO lists, planning projects, and authoring documents with a fast and effective plain-text system.

Mailing list and IRC channel

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Subscribe to the mailing list.

Browse the archives.

The mailing list is the central place for anything related to Org: help users, report bugs, suggest new features, etc. Don't hesitate!

Users also discuss on the #org-mode IRC channel on freenode.

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"Hello Worg !"

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~$ git clone https://code.orgmode.org/bzg/worg.git

Worg is a community-driven Git repository of =.org= pages published as a =HTML= website.

Think of a wiki, powered by Git and Emacs+Org.

You can browse Worg here.

You can read the list of changes from here.

New contributors are welcome -- just create a user on https://code.orgmode.org and ask to be added as a collaborator.

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Google Summer of Code

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In 2012, two students successfully achieved an Org mode Google Summer of Code project.

Read the summary email about their achievements.

Aurélien Aptel wrote a tool to synchronize keep local Org files in sync with several online bug trackers.

Andrew Young wrote a merge driver for Org files.

This is useful if you have a Git repository of Org files or even just a =README.org= file in your project.

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VimOrganizer

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Herbert Sitz wrote VimOrganizer, a Vim plugin emulating many of the Org features.

Check out the many screencasts were VimOrganizer is demonstrated.

https://github.com/hsitz/VimOrganizer

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Twitter, G+ and the Org shirt!

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Takaaki Ishikawa is maintaining @orgmode\_bot on Twitter and you can generally check #orgmode.

There is also a Google+ page for Org mode (see screenshot).

Many people ask questions about Org mode on stackoverflow.com, which is nice, but we do encourage people to ask questions directly on the mailing list.

If you want to find other Org friends around, one way is to wear the famous Org shirt. You can buy it from the US or from Europe.

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