- roam like. A vscode extension.
- go https://foambubble.github.io/foam/
- As of 2021-01-04, my personal agora client.
To use foam: - Fork its template repository: https://github.com/foambubble/foam-template/. You can use any name you desire for your repository. - Install vscode if necessary: https://code.visualstudio.com/download. Launch it. - Select 'clone repository' -- if you're using github, log in with github. Authorize vscode to make changes to your account. It sometimes requires you to retry once for some reason. - vscode should offer to install recommended extensions. Say yes. - You can now use foam: - Press alt-d to start a new daily note (your journal). - Write wikilinks to link to other pages. - Control-click them to visit existing linked notes or create them if needed. - ctrl-p to open an existing note. - ctrl-shift-p to bring up the vscode command palete; you can search for any command and see keyboard shortcuts. - Whenever you want to commit to your repository (and the Agora), save all files and use the "branch-like" icon on the left toolbar to review changes and write a commit message. - You may need to set a user.name and user.email in git. To do this, open the terminal in vscode and type: - git config --global user.name "Your Name" - git config --global user.email "firstname.lastname@example.org"
- [x] sub-module for private garden.
CANNOT BE DONE, gh-jekyll complains "The submodule registered for
./Wallscould not be cloned. Make sure it's using https:// and that it's a public repo. See https://docs.github.com/en/github/working-with-github-pages/troubleshooting-jekyll-build-errors-for-github-pages-sites#invalid-submodule".
- [ ] retrofit
foamto run with restructured-text (not just Markdown), see foambubble/foam#474.
You can use Foam for organising your research, keeping re-discoverable notes, writing long-form content and, optionally, publishing it to the web.
Foam is free, open source, and extremely extensible to suit your personal workflow. You own the information you create with Foam, and you’re free to share it, and collaborate on it with anyone you want.