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Re: Appropriate forum for "personal hacks?"
I'm really interested in this. I'd like to participate in a forum, too, or
maybe a group-managed wiki, or something of the sort, but, without
moderation, forums have a tendency to degenerate into static.
Github may be the best option, in order to keep everything centralized.
The already existing community wiki might be a good place for your
information: https://github.com/jaap-karssenberg/zim-wiki/wiki . It
doesn't seem conducive to conversation, though, which could be more
valuable than something that's strictly documentation.
In the mean time, maybe you could just publish a Zim notebook and throw it
up on a server? I'd like to learn what you're doing.
On Fri, May 18, 2018 at 9:46 AM, John R. Marks, IV <jrm4@xxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Again, shouts to Jaap and everyone else for this amazing tool. Had a
> general/admin question.
> I don't know about you all, but (mostly thanks to plain text and bash
> scripting) I've sort of integrated *everything* into Zim and vice-versa,
> - viewing tasks on my desktop with Conky
> - writing plaintext date-events and grabbing them with Linux remind
> - doing something similar to "literate programming" by having code files
> as easily clickable attachments
> - stupid-easy website updates by just a zim notebook and rsync ...
> ..etc. (as in a lot of what the org-mode people scream about, but I did
> org-mode for a year and came right back :) )
> Now, I'd love to share A LOT of these ideas and I'm curious as to what
> other people do -- but it seems like such may not be appropriate for this
> list because none of this has to do with actually modifying the code of Zim
> itself? Would that bring too much clutter? Might a forum be appropriate? Am
> I missing one that's already out there? Thanks.
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