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This page uses "Dynamic Page Listing" (DPL) to list your tasks and goals.  The distinction is that tasks are pretty short, clear-cut things, whereas goals are longer, made up of more tasks and less clearly cut.
 
This page uses "Dynamic Page Listing" (DPL) to list your tasks and goals.  The distinction is that tasks are pretty short, clear-cut things, whereas goals are longer, made up of more tasks and less clearly cut.
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The [http://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/Extension:DynamicPageList dynamic page listing] is not too bad to tweak from the examples on this page.  But it can get quite complicated if you want to try new things.  While it can be complicated to make the results show up how you want, the nice thing is it is very quick and easy to mark pages when you're using the system.  That is, there is some start up costs, but very little ongoing effort.
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==[[/Done|Completed Tasks and goals]]==
  
 
==Pages to look at==
 
==Pages to look at==
 
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   resultsheader= ===High Priority Goals===\n
 
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  listseparators=,<b>[[%PAGE%]]</b>  ......  <br>,,
 
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   resultsheader= ===Not High Priority Goals===\n
 
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   resultsheader= ===High Priority Tasks===\n
 
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  listseparators=,<b>[[%PAGE%]]</b>  ......  <br>,,
 
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</dpl>
 
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<dpl>
 
   category=Task
 
   category=Task
   Category=Caleb D. Morse
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   notcategory=Caleb D. Morse Done
 
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Latest revision as of 19:01, 31 December 2008

This page uses "Dynamic Page Listing" (DPL) to list your tasks and goals. The distinction is that tasks are pretty short, clear-cut things, whereas goals are longer, made up of more tasks and less clearly cut.

The dynamic page listing is not too bad to tweak from the examples on this page. But it can get quite complicated if you want to try new things. While it can be complicated to make the results show up how you want, the nice thing is it is very quick and easy to mark pages when you're using the system. That is, there is some start up costs, but very little ongoing effort.

Completed Tasks and goals

Pages to look at

Caleb's Goals

High Priority Goals

Not High Priority Goals

My Tasks

Extension:DynamicPageList (DPL), version 3.1.1: Error: Too many categories! Maximum: 4. Help: increase $wgDplSettings['maxCategoryCount'] to specify more categories or set $wgDplSettings['allowUnlimitedCategories'] = true; for no limitation. (Set the variable in the wiki's LocalSettings.php configuration file.)


Extension:DynamicPageList (DPL), version 3.1.1: Warning: No results.

All Tasks

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