Commit 78521d31 authored by Alain M. Lafon's avatar Alain M. Lafon

doc: Update post "Great option for editing Org mode files on the go: organice"

parent 5f50f3d5
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title: "Great option for editing Org mode files on the go: org-web"
title: "Great option for editing Org mode files on the go: organice"
authors: Alain M. Lafon
category: Org mode
draft: true
......@@ -7,12 +7,13 @@ date-published: 2019-08-05
tags:
- Emacs
- opensource
- floss
- freesoftware
- org-web
- organice
uuid: 0154a908-6a30-4b83-9681-352a84021d34
description: >-
org-web is a FLOSS application bringing Org mode to the web.
featured-image: /img/2019/08/org-web.png
organice is a FLOSS application bringing Org mode to the web.
featured-image: /img/products/organice.png
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I do most of my work, reading and communications from within [[https://www.gnu.org/software/emacs/][Emacs]]. I
......@@ -21,7 +22,7 @@ management to time tracking, sending quotes, creating and presenting
slides and much more. For my personal project management, I use the
system [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Getting_Things_Done]["Getting things done"]]. For GTD to work properly, it's prudent
to have an inbox with you at all times. That's feasible even with pen
and paper. In a perfect world, it would be best to carry the complete
and paper. In fact, I used a [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hipster_PDA][Hipster PDA]] for quite some time. This worked well when I was young, and started my first job after university. But at some point, I had more stuff to track than I could reasonably carry with me at all times. In a perfect world, it would be best to carry the complete
GTD system including reference material, as well. Luckily, we do live
in the best of worlds. With the advent of smartphones, there's no end
to the capacity of what kinds of digital stuff we can carry around.
......@@ -33,7 +34,7 @@ integration points faltered. Links between the apps stopped working,
creating new links took half a minute, data got lost or had to be
re-entered. I also had to re-buy the software multiple times, because
the new version wasn't just an upgrade, but a completely new app
whilst the old one stopped working.
whilst the old one stopped working. In fact, something like this happens quite frequently. For example, just recently the popular application Wunderlist got [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wunderlist][bought by Microsoft]], only to be [[shut down 4 years later][https://www.wunderlist.com/blog/join-us-on-our-new-journey/]]. 4 years is not a long halftime to build up a trusted system.
I'm not ranting about having to pay for software. In fact, I'm very
happy to pay for it. Writing software is also what I do for a
......@@ -44,7 +45,7 @@ old version when I liked that one better than the new one. These
issues are intrinsic to how macOS and iOS native apps function.
There's little one can do about it.
For these and other reasons, I'm using Debian full time since about 4
For these and other reasons, I'm using Debian full time since about 5
years, again. That's what I was happily using before my macOS stint
and it still makes me happy.
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