I tried using gnus to read imap mail yesterday and found it a very different experience than MUAs that are web based or local.
Although I’v had some success with mail filters in Mozilla Thunderbird, I’m hoping I can find or create filtering scripts in gnus using emacs lisp.
I just found a reference to org-contacts, so I wonder is this might be the solution to my contacts management wishes.
Org-contacts from the developer
I have been using wordpress for a couple of months as of 2012-11-25 and am only beginning to be comfortable using it. I made my first blog post in 2008-05-01 and later said “So What?”. I really didn’t have anything to say, and I didn’t understand the blogging concept so I didn’t post until agin this year (2012).
I now know what I want to use a blog for, but I still can’t do what I want.
The org2blog package in emacs has been very helpful to me. It puts the whole blogging experience into the comfortable lisp-based emacs environment where I do most of my work. I’ve been using org-mode for years and even wrote extentions to outline mode before org-mode came out.
I’m still learning how to use org2blog effectively, but already I plan to use org-mode files as the foundation for my blogging and page posts in wordpress.
I have an account on wordpress.com because it is free, and I’m still learning. If I find limitations in wordpress.com I can’t work around, I will investigate self hosting.
First Post Using org2blog and org-mode
I’m considering using org2blog for worpress editing.
This is the first post created in emacs org-mode and posted automatically to WordPress.
I first posted it to another blog then moved it to this one. How cool is that, considering I stayed in emacs to move the post.
Followup on Using org2blog and org-mode:
After using org2blog for almost a month, I can’t imagine maintaing a blog any other way.