Fucking hell this took me a while, but somehow the backlinks are working!

Now I just need to parse properly (a href them).

Another small addition to my personal wiki - ingredient parser for recipes :)

Search fully works (albeit still questionable) and not includes a breakdown of the scoring.
TG - tag, TL - title, CT - content.

Just tried the TOC feature of Parsedown Extended. It's awesome! Really helps navigate the longer documents.

It's hacky and looks weird, but image upload now works!

Another step for my wiki to becoming a second brain: related documents! I just need to continue adding more information to it.

So, In preparation for a way to sync personal knowledge documents (maybe Dropbox?), I figured using "[[attribute]] value" for header info might be bad.

So now I'm parsing fake "YAML" instead. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

Now my personal wiki lives on the web and is usable on a phone! ᕦ[ ◑ □ ◑ ]ᕤ

Still plenty of things to do to get to the level where I need it to be, but I love it so far.

Weighted search in tags, title and content is now working(ish) for my wiki!

I don't even know. Kinda felt inspired to make Shigoto into a retro sci-fi/lo-fi sci-fi inspired interface. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

Messy code? Yes.
Working? Yes.
Being used? You bet.
Coming together? Absolutely!

Managed to get page links working today, so subpages are go. Still missing delete functionality, but that's easy.

Might need to rethink how document links are working (i.e. shove everything in folders).

Humble beginnings :)

P.s. Anyone got a name suggestion for this?

Shigoto now has basic task time tracking! One more step to self-organization :)

Having never properly and seriously used personal wikis or notes apps (just plain old pen and paper), I began toying with the idea of creating one.

What do you think of this layout? I honestly don't know what other stuff is needed in a personal note/wiki app.

Shigoto is working, mostly. Most basic features are working. No sorting yet :(

I have no idea how I'm going to use it just yet, but progress has been made on a todo.txt parser :)

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Merveilles

Merveilles is a community project aimed at the establishment of new ways of speaking, seeing and organizing information — A culture that seeks augmentation through the arts of engineering and design. A warm welcome to any like-minded people who feel these ideals resonate with them.