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README.md

Get a 2019 journal

https://journal.singleton.io/ -- David Singleton @dps

Journal

Designed to help you work better.

I like to write things down. With a pen. It helps me remember and really understand whatever it is I'm writing about. Over the years, I developed a system of working that helps me achieve my goals. In 2016, I started to use a paper journal which reflects that system. Not just a diary, but a structured scratchpad that is designed to help me work the way I want to. I found it really useful. I gave copies to a bunch of friends and co-workers and they found it useful too. They also had lots of feedback and ideas which I've incorporated in several revisions since. Now, you can use it too!

Prebuilt

A recent prebuilt PDF is available here.

HOWTO

Prerequisites

You'll need texlive-full gnuplot and ghostscript (for ps2pdf) installed. On Mac OS MacTeX works and you can install the rest with Homebrew. I recommend using the docker instructions though as Mac OS upgrades often seem to break MacTeX and gnuplot.

Build

  • Update the year in gen_config.py to the year you want to make a journal for.
  • Run make in the root directory of this repo.

Docker (also the easiest way on Mac OS)

Build the Dockerfile in this repo (it builds a 4.3 GB file, BTW)

docker build -t journallatex .

Run make inside the docker container:

./latexdockercmd.sh make

About

Based on DIY Organizer.

DIY Organizer was originally by Rurik Christiansen (rurik) from http://www.diyplanner.com/node/6270 and is licensed under a Creative Commons License.