[users] Gemini as a local note-taking / personal wiki thing?

raingloom raingloom at riseup.net
Thu Mar 11 19:51:12 GMT 2021

On Wed, 10 Mar 2021 16:29:36 +0000
"Miguel de Luis Espinosa" <enteka at fastmail.com> wrote:

> Hi all, non-subscriber here, (I prefer to browse the archives). 
> What brings me here is an idea I had to use gemini as a kind of
> personal wiki. The whole thing at this point is to have a bunch of
> gemtext files on a folder and use it to keep my notes, links,
> projects and such in an hypertext fashion. 
> Gemini syntax is so simple that it would need the whole thing a
> breeze. You only need a client able to open local files (amfora does,
> haven't tried anything else). 
> Has anybody tried anything like that? And if so, any tips?
> Thank you and gracias, Miguel (enteka.xyz)

I'm trying to put something like this together using Supertag, with not
much luck so far, because Rust packaging is a pain in the ass for a
Guix user.
But a similar tag file system approach could work with any plaintext
format, or indeed any format that lets you link to other files.

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