This page is part of a bigger context called Markus's Scheduling and
self-management System. Following pages are considered being part of
- GTD (Getting Things Done)
- The Schedule of Markus Gattol which links to
- The index (current page) of Markus's to-the-net-published schedule
- The PIM (Personal Information Manager) system existing of
Pick the link below to start at the very beginning (i.e. schedule data
main page). This one explains what the schedule is, how to read it
i.e. a description of certain symbols etc., why it is so valuable to
Markus and how it works respectively it links to pages which explain the
technology under the hood.
- Back to the main page of Markus Gattol's schedule.
What is this Page?
This page is part of the published result of my PIM (Personal
Information Manager) system (planner-mode
) running on top
of (i.e. being a package) GNU Emacs
This page is an index page which links to many other pages from the
published result of my PIM system. It gets updated anytime I make
changes to the data within my PIM system e.g. update a tasks deadline
or add a new task. In other words, at any times, the reader has always
an up-to-date version of my schedule in order to see what I am
currently busy with, what task are on my radar, what priority they
have, what task have been delegated or canceled etc.
Since this is an index page, one might think of it as of a spider
web's center — all pages regarding my schedule can be visited from
here since any of the links below links to one of my planner pages. As
can be seen, there are two different groups of pages. At first there
is a list which contains project pages also known as plan pages.
Second to the project pages, there is a table which contains day
pages. Day pages show tasks, schedule, and notes for the day, while
project pages organize related tasks and notes into a single page.
The Index of the published Schedule Data
A list of project pages followed by a table which contains day pages.