My public notes.
License: GPL 3
- Short-term note-taking.
- Store all information I need long-term.
- Diary writing.
- Store the history of what I learned and when.
- Notes are stored in Git, which means I can delete anything I no longer think I'll ever need, without worrying about losing it.
- I have Dropbox mounted in
/home/prvak/dropbox/. (It's actually a symlink into an encrypted partition.)
- Private notes Git: in
/home/prvak/dropbox/notes. No remote - history is stored in Dropbox.
- Public notes Git: https://github.com/MichalPokorny/public-notes.
Checked out in
/home/prvak/repos/public-notes. The repo is symlinked in
/home/prvak/notesis a symlink into
- Short-term notes and TODOs are stored in
Win-Shift-Nbrings up a prompt to quickly add a one-liner note.
notesis aliased in
do: Things I want to do because they're useful.
fun: Things I want to do because they're fun.
learn: Things I want to learn.
read: Things I want to read.
wishlist: Things I want.
TODO: Think about structure a bit more.
- When I watch a movie, I review it on IMDB.
- When I read a book, I review it on Goodreads.
- I store my music, including music I want to check out, in Spotify.
Things to remember
I use Anki flash cards to memorize things. When I add something as an Anki note, I delete all other representations of it.
- The data for the decks is stored in https://github.com/MichalPokorny/anki-decks.
- The notes are stored in the
- The repository contains
create_decks.py, which imports the human-readable YAML files into Anki.
- The Anki database is synced to the YAML files by card UUIDs.
- The repository is checked out in
/home/prvak/notes/anki-publicis a symlink to