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README.md

Personal Wiki

Thomas Leon Highbaugh

Introduction

This repo stores the files used in my personal knowledge wiki of all things tech related (that I take any notes on)

These notes are arranged according to meta-topics, from which it is split down into more specific topics in Org-Mode style nesting. Each file that it contains is written in Org-Mode, which is why I continue to use the format after I have switched to using that markup over Markdown for my personal notes, as this provides a more natural workflow for my recording of notes.

Within my home environment, I run this wiki on my local network using Docker to serve the application on port 4567.

To View My Notes

You can either download the repository and run it via docker. Unless you know my password, feel free to configure the setup script with your information or the defaults, as you will not be able to affect my repo without said password (which would imply much bigger issues for me anyway). Simply follow the below workflow notes on your local shell (assuming you are using Linux or Mac).

OR

You can view these files on GitLab/GitHub which support .org files natively. However if you did it this way you would be stuck with their UI and color scheme. My locally hosted wiki is styled with my custom css designed to be far easier on the eyes with enough visual flare to prevent the dulling experience working with some Linux dark-mode applications styles.

Workflow Notes

./docker/setup.sh 

# Options I use

--css --live-preview --allow-uploads

$ docker-compose up -d 

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