Ical2org-go is at 1.0. I’m hopeful it can replace the fragile collection of scripts I’m using to get calendar events into Org-mode. https://github.com/rjhorniii/ical2org-go
Once in a while Emacs and/or Org mode throws me a curveball. Today’s example is that suddenly I couldn’t run anything using Org-babel. Trying to do so would result in something like…
evaluation of this R code block is disabled
I noticed the following error during startup…
Invalid function: org-babel-header-args-safe-fn
Based on a recommendation in this Github issue I ran
spacemacs/recompile-elpa, relaunched Emacs, and all is well.
Never in my life have I seen a more beautiful piece of software that scales well from very simple note taking to the most complex workflows you can imagine. Its community is awesome, you can meet the most nicest people.
To me, Org-mode solves things like simple todo lists, note taking, project management, spreadsheet calculations, calendar, contact management, file management, blogging system, knowledge base, quantified self, lifelogging, reference management, bookmark collection and so forth.
Org-mode has ended my search for most of the things I use a computer for. There’s nothing like it.
The most interesting people tend to have blogs
– Brent Simmons
This post is being written in Emacs (Spacemacs) and is being posted to WordPress via Org2Blog. If it works, great. As much as I enjoy writing posts in MarsEdit, there are times it’s nice being able to post something directly from Emacs.