@sir I think it's similar to the pain I experience when I hear Russian/Russian Accent in movies.

Little demo of backlinks in personal wiki.
Backlinks are checked and saved in simple txt files when a document is saved.

Apologies for the vertical video.


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

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

Figured out how to deal with backlinks. Will implement tomorrow. Brain capacity is potato at 12:46 AM.

lape pona sina mute!

@flip I only vaguely knew what it is about when I picked it up, but it actually had some valid advice for me back in the day. That's why I was wondering if there is something similar, but potentially better.

Is there anything you guys recommend to read in the style of "The Subtle Art of Not Giving a Fuck" by Mark Manson?

@rrix backlinks or cross-links or references is something I've yet to figure out with my personal wiki (due to how it's built).

How do you find and store these links?

@varranvar I wrote about it briefly here: paulglushak.com/making-my-own-
Not exactly a Zettelkasten, but it's a little bit similar. I just need to figure out the linking thing :D

My personal wiki is missing a cross-linking functionality between the pages (think zettelkasten or mind garden thing) and I have no idea how to do it efficiently and properly with the way it works now. :<

I sense another refactor coming...

@ice @big_chip mi kepeken li lipu e ni (I'm using this page): rnd.neocities.org/tokipona/

toki pona is certainly different, but interesting!

@stephen for all my recent projects I just completely abstain from using any sort of frameworks. Just write like 10-15 CSS rules manually and that's it.

Having recently created my own personal knowledge base from scratch, my new workplace is infuriating.

There is no internal KB. You're expected to search through an abused tag system in the support software for past support tickets and use the documentation geared towards your users.

What kind of back asswards system is this?

@jan @boogah Yeah I use PHPCS as well, but went from using the WordPress standard to PSR-1. Thing is, I'm still trying to figure out what is more comfortable for me and how important is adhering to a standard in smaller projects.

@ice Theme support via PHP, CSS and Cookies? :)

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