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* My definition of stuck projects
@ 2009-10-06 14:09 Gregory J. Grubbs
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From: Gregory J. Grubbs @ 2009-10-06 14:09 UTC (permalink / raw)
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I have slowly been making better use of the Agenda in org-mode. One
tantalizing possibility has been finding stuck projects.  I finally have
a definition of stuck projects along with a simple way to define what a
project is.  

This is so cool and so very useful.  I wanted to share what is working
for me and to invite others to do the same.

Of all my outlines in .org files, only the trees with a :Project: tag
are considered projects.  Any task that I have clocked into
automatically gets a :NEXT: tag in org-todo-state-tags-triggers.
Projects marked done at the top level are not considered stuck, and I
cannot mark them done unless all the subtasks are marked done
(org-enforce-todo-dependencies t)

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