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a small tour through a few pkm tools follows, please disregard if it's not your kind of thing :) (I guess this applies implicitly to all my notes, of course.)
logseq just crashed again so I thought I'd give foam a try again, see how it's holding up.
Right away I really like:
- The multi pane layout, which I find more flexible than Logseq's single pane with tabs which you only get through an extension.
- The fact that it's very responsive on <enter>, while Logseq often lags.
- The built-in terminal and more full featured vim emulation mode.
Right away I dislike:
- The fact that auto completing wikilinks takes waaay to long still, essentially making linking very cumbersome (I already didn't link logseq above twice because of how long autocomplete takes to run.)
I might keep using it, disabling autocomplete, and see what happens?
Plot twist, apparently you can't disable autocomplete? Argh.
- I tried disabling quickSuggest everybody I could find it in settings (dialogs, files) and it still does it and annoyingly hangs for several seconds every time I try to link anything.
- Plot twist, apparently you can't disable autocomplete? Argh.
Asked in the foam discord (argh) whether there's any way to disable autocomplete or prioritize https://github.com/foambubble/foam/issues/906
I just need an open source PKM that offers a responsive text editing experience and can handle >5k files :(
- OK, perhaps I should give wiki vim] a proper try.
- I just need an open source PKM that offers a responsive text editing experience and can handle >5k files :(
- Right away I really like:
#push wiki vim
- Is where I'm writing this now :)
Right away I really like:
- How fast this feels! As expected. It's lightning fast while writing (it's just vim), it's lightning fast while following links (with ctrl+enter).
,w,jis the way to visit my daily journal -- as I have
,as my leader key. It looks worse than it feels to use it -- acceptable.
- It doesn't have link autocomplete, at least not just by writing
[[-- but honestly this is relatively minor, and it seems it has pretty good searching capabilities, they just don't trigger by default.
- back to logseq, which is a bit laggy but not overly so and has potential. I now also notice that it does auto save/git commit very well, it's nice not having to think about it and having it just work (tm).
- I just took a look while I was around in discord and, two years in, people are still asking about an export feature in athens and as far as I can tell it's still not being worked on: https://github.com/athensresearch/athens/discussions/874 :(
- BUT now the independently developed athens export exists, so that's nice :)
- logseq just crashed again so I thought I'd give foam a try again, see how it's holding up.
- pkm book https://twitter.com/PkgBook/status/1508347439409172480
- reported https://github.com/vector-im/element-web/issues/21812 to element
- gyuri lajos
- has sold it
- koos looijesteijn
ivo == kvistgaard
- gordon brander
- introduced me to alexander rink == rcvd_io https://twitter.com/kvistgaard/status/1515028554647547910