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added package org-find-timestamps

Marc-Oliver Ihm 8 years ago
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@@ -137,6 +137,16 @@ hopefully have some documentation.
   each line type (E.G., header, list item, etc ...) and then running
   org-export-generic on the file to process it.
+- /org-find-timestamps.el/ -- Find timestamps within a range of dates and sort them. :: 
+  The function org-find-timestamps allows you to bring the notes, that
+  you take within org-mode, into a chronological order, even if they
+  are scattered across many different files and nodes. It shows any
+  SCHEDULED, CLOSED or plain timestamp in a listing with easy access
+  to the repective nodes. Such a listing provides an answer to the
+  common question 'What have I done last week ?'.
+  Written by /Marc-Oliver Ihm/. 
+  [[][Link to raw file]].
 - [[][/org-feed.el/ -- add RSS feed items to Org files]] ::
   Read RSS feeds from the web, add new items to Org files, and trigger
   actions when items have changed.
@@ -223,6 +233,13 @@ hopefully have some documentation.
   which is part of the Org core and [["][documented in the manual]].
 - /org-refer-by-number.el/ -- refer to things by number, when direct linking is not possible :: 
+  These reference numbers are added to and kept in a table along with
+  the timestamp of their creation.  The reference numbers may then be
+  used to refer to things outside of Org (e.g. by writing them on a
+  piece of paper or use them as part of a directory name). Within Org
+  you may then refer to these things by their number
+  (e.g. "R277"). Later, these reference numbers can be looked up
+  easily.
   Written by /Marc-Oliver Ihm/. 
   [[][Link to raw file]].