|Subject:||Re: [O] Collaborative Team Project Management with Orgmode?|
|Date:||Sun, 23 Aug 2015 13:15:24 -0400|
John Kitchin <address@hidden> writes:
> unless those services have some kind of API, and you have the desire to
> implement it in emacs, you might be out of luck.
> I am trying to figure out a way to do collaborative work via email,
> where I am the project coordinator. The idea is to use my email.el code
> to send headlines to people I need information or action from, and then
> to have them reply to the email. Then, I would have some easy way to get
> information out of the reply back to the heading (e.g. TODO state
> change, info etc...). Probably I would embed some org-id link in the email,
> and "train" the users not to delete it. This is only a half-baked idea
> so far.
> It would integrate org-contacts, mu4e, and org-mode in my setup.
Sounds exactly like Gnorb! Except org-contacts instead of BBDB, and mu4e
instead of Gnus :(
> depending in your role in the project, you might get something like that
> to work too.
> Tory S. Anderson writes:
>> I've relied on Orgmode heavily for over half a decade, and I'm
>> loathe to leave it. But what solutions have been found out there
>> for using it collaboratively (where others are not using emacs),
>> rather than just for personal task management (where it excels)?
>> It has some integration with Trello, I know; some of my co-workers
>> are advocating BaseCamp (...) and PivotalTracker. PivotalTracker
>> looks pretty good, but I would rather find a way to leverage
>> orgmode in a way that facilitates collaboration. What has worked
>> for you?
> Professor John Kitchin
> Doherty Hall A207F
> Department of Chemical Engineering
> Carnegie Mellon University
> Pittsburgh, PA 15213
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