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Re: creating an afk timeline

From: Jude DaShiell
Subject: Re: creating an afk timeline
Date: Wed, 20 Dec 2023 22:03:39 -0500

orgmode would have a problem with it since duration times do not span
dates.  If afk from [2023-12-20 wed 22:58] as start time and [2023-12-21
Thu 04:00] as end time duration last time I checked would not return
If that were fixed, orgmode could be used to log health events.

 Jude <jdashiel at panix dot com>
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 Please use in that order."
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On Wed, 20 Dec 2023, Bob Newell wrote:

> > Samuel Wales <> writes:
> >> i'd like to know when i stopped using emacs, or linux, for a while, so
> >> i can figure out when i likely started.  perhaps a timeline of
> >> idleness, preferably in emacs, could help me guess when i started
> >> doing non-computer.
> >>
> >> this could help me guess when i rested, took a supplement, brushed
> >> teeth, etc.  sometimes i need to know when 2h is up after i started.
> This is an intriguing idea, and I think perhaps the ideas
> discussed here can be made to do what you wish with a little
> more hacking.
> It makes use of the Emacs idle timer and of course would only
> measure idleness in Emacs (not Linux in general, if that's
> what you're seeking).

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