100 Days in Obsidian Pt 2: Hierarchy and Logs
@ton Just sharing another tool I came across, as I know you had mentioned looking for an open-source tool similar to Obsidian. This one appears interesting as it still keeps some hierarchy and folder structure as well, and I noticed here you mention a hierarchical structure.
Quite interesting this seeming Cambrian explosion of tools for thought right now...
@bmann @neil yeah it's why I try to avoid a lot of features wrt naming, auto tagging and auto creating notes and do them myself. While they aim to reduce friction they force someone else's thinking on me. It is more importantly moving the tool away from being just a viewer/editor on my data thus causing functionality lock-in. I would welcome more viewing functionality but not wrt making and naming notes
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