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My name is Brian T. Wightman. I provide technological solutions.
Org-mode is an emacs-lisp module that implements an interface to a file format that is essentially an outline on steroids. The file format is now being processed by languages and editors other than emacs.
I use org-mode as my GTD storage, work notes (bug tracking, project notes and planning, log book, run book), taking minutes for a board I am on, and consulting records. It is flexible enough to provide a framework that can be customized to allow many uses. I don't intend this to be a sales pitch, but am just a really happy customer :-).
There are some monks that use org-mode:
I am collecting a set of org-mode resources as well:
I am currently looking for some sideline contracting positions for about 5-10 hours a week, remote and off hours. See my consulting link for more information.
I have experience with Perl, system administration, security administration, web administration, and other general system maintenance on many types of Unix. I have administered solo small (20-50 machine) Unix shops to working as part of a team in mid to large (100-500+ machine) size shops.
I am amazed, but I am past my 20 year mark at being paid for this type of work.
If interested, please contact me at consulting<at>wightmanfam<dot>org. Note: the address url is tagged, and will change over time as it is discovered by spammers. The displayed address will work for the forseeable future.
This is a list of monks I have met in real life and where I met them. If you remember meeting me and are not listed here, remind me of where we met.
Contrary to some search results, I do not have a livejournal profile. That midlifexis is an unfortunate name collision, and appears to be quite a different person.
The only valid location for this moniker is here on perlmonks This moniker is valid on sites listed in my Other Personal Links section.