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Re: [Orgmode] Summer plans

From: Richard G Riley
Subject: Re: [Orgmode] Summer plans
Date: Tue, 17 Jun 2008 20:33:25 +0200
User-agent: Gnus/5.110011 (No Gnus v0.11) Emacs/22.2 (gnu/linux)

Carsten Dominik <address@hidden> writes:

> Hi everyone,
> the summer is near, and I thought I'd share my schedule for this time.
> Org-mode 6.05 is out, and so far there have been no reports of
> problems with it.  I just updated Emacs CVS to 6.05a, so that is now
> also current.  I feel this may be the version that can get us all
> through the summer.  I can still fix minor quibbles in the coming days
> though.
> After that, on June 26, I'll be going to the States for nine long
> weeks.  During the first five weeks I will be in the San Francisco Bay
> Area, to be precise in Mountain View, California, to work at the NASA
> Ames Research Center there.   Any Emacs/Org geeks in the region?  I
> sure would enjoy some company for a dinner during that time.
> Work-wise I will be busy and may not have much time for keeping up
> with this list.
> The 4 week after that I will be totally out of reach, walking down the
> wild, so to speak.  Hopefully some of the more advanced users can hang
> out here and keep this place running, answer questions and maybe even
> collect pointers to the bug reports and to the most interesting ideas
> from the list.  This would save me from having to go through the
> entire back log when I get back.  Nobody is stopping you from
> developing patches either :-)
> This has been another great year with you all.  Thanks so much for
> your kindness, enthusiasm, and attention to detail.

What has impressed me the most is the steady stream of improvements
which have not, in any way, impinged on the basic simplicity of the
org-mode basics. You have done a wonderful job of keeping everything
consistent and true to the original concepts. Enjoy your trip!

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