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#+STARTUP: align fold nodlcheck hidestars oddeven lognotestate #+SEQ_TODO: TODO(t) INPROGRESS(i) WAITING(w@) | DONE(d) CANCELED(c@) #+TAGS: Write(w) Update(u) Fix(f) Check(c) #+TITLE: Hello Worg! #+AUTHOR: Worg people #+EMAIL: bzg AT altern DOT org #+LANGUAGE: en #+PRIORITIES: A C B #+CATEGORY: worg #+OPTIONS: H:3 num:nil toc:nil \n:nil @:t ::t |:t ^:t -:t f:t *:t TeX:t LaTeX:t skip:nil d:(HIDE) tags:not-in-toc *Current discussion*: shall we try to organize an [[][Org-mode conference]]? [[][Emacs]] is a text editor. [[][Org-mode]] is an Emacs tool written by Carsten Dominik which helps you organize your life with plain text files. =Worg= is a set of Org files collectively edited by people who like Org-mode and want to share [[file:org-tutorials/][tutorials]], ideas, code snippets, etc. #+BEGIN: timestamp :string "Last update: " :format "%Y-%m-%d @ %H:%M" Last update: 26-09-2010 18:59 #+END: # Ignore this comment # For this dynamic block to work, you need to add elisp/worg.el in your # load-path. # Let say that you like [[][Emacs]] and that you like using [[][org-mode]] for editing # structured files in Emacs. Then you might want to /share/ some # files and ask people to edit them with you. This is what *Worg* is [[][about]]: # collaboratively editing Org files to build a knowledge database about # itself (and planning-related stuff.) # You can also download Worg as a tar gzipped [[][archive]]. #+BEGIN_HTML
#+END_HTML * How you can help - Please read section [[][Feedback]] of Org's manual. - Help us improving Org by [[file:org-tests/][testing]]! - Share your Org-Mode knowledge by [[][contributing to Worg]]. * Pages about Org :PROPERTIES: :ID: A6F83C16-B1B9-405A-B996-8D2CA1274DEB :END: ** The main resources - : Carsten Dominik's official page for Org - [[file:org-tutorials/][Org Tutorials]] : Your best starting point - [[file:org-contrib/babel/][Org Babel]] : The embedded code evaluation and literate programming subsystem by Eric Schulte and Dan Davison. - [[][The Org-mode FAQ]] : Check here before writing to the mailing list - [[][Org mailing list]] : For unanswered questions, ideas and discussion - [[][The Org-mode manual]] : Extensive and complete documentation - [[][The Org Glossary]]: An explanation of org-mode terminology - [[][Org dependencies]] : Dependencies on external packages (mostly LaTeX for now) - WIP. - [[file:org-configs/][Org configuration]] : Beginners customization guide, examples, survey, and a list of all hooks - [[file:org-contrib/][Contributed packages]] : Available modules and documentation - [[][How to contribute to Org?]] : Guideline for patches and other contributions - [[][A simple issue tracker]] : Keeps track of open issues and other things about Org mode based on the mailing list ** Other stuff - [[][Quotes about Org]] - [[][Pictures of Org-mode people]] - [[][Org task management systems]] - [[file:org-testimonies/][People describing how they use Org]] - [[][Blog posts about Org]] - [[][Screenshots of Org in action]] - [[][Web Pages Made with Org]] - [[][Org Translators]] - [[][Hacks around Org]] - [[][Blogs and Wikis with Org-mode]] - [[][Org and Mac OS X]] # FIXME: should we add this? #- [[][Org survey results]] #- [[file:org-code/][Org add-ons]] should be documented here and maybe not in the manual? * Pages about Worg - [[][About the Worg project]] - [[][About the Worg setup on the server]] - A list of [[file:users/][Worg's users]] - [[][A introduction to git for Worgers]] - [[][Conventions and tools for editing Worg]] - [[][The Worg TODO file]] - [[][How to create your own SSH key for]] - [[][Recent changes to Worg]] (git log at - [[][Org-mode source documents of all Worg pages]] * Code around Org You can check around for code both in the =contrib/= directory of the Org package and in the =code/= directory of Worg. Also, there is some development of org additions current happening in Worg (see [[]]). ** org-info-js by Sebastian Rose For now the [[][code]] directory of Worg only contains =org-info-js= by Sebastian Rose -- check it [[][here]]. =org-info-js= is a great javascript tool to navigate through a HTML page (as exported by Org) the way you navigate through an Org or an info manual, i.e. supporting folding, previous/next buttons, etc. #* Pages about planning and GTD # #- [[file:planning/][Readings]] * Latest edits on the Worg git repository #+BEGIN_HTML #+END_HTML * Git'r done! If you like losing your time by reading stuff on how to get organized, go and check the [[][Git'r done!]] page..