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Top 23 Shell Markdown Projects
CLI and local web plain text note‑taking, bookmarking, and archiving with linking, tagging, filtering, search, Git versioning & syncing, Pandoc conversion, + more, in a single portable script.Project mention: Ask HN: What's a good, privacy focused bookmark manager? | news.ycombinator.com | 2023-06-12
I use [nb](https://github.com/xwmx/nb). It's a CLI tool (easy to write a GUI for if you want one) that is fast, uses Git to version control things, and handles more than just bookmarks. I sync across computers using Dropbox.
Command-line tools for working with Architecture Decision Records
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Easy TOC creation for GitHub README.md
:pencil: Simple delightful note taking, with more unix and less lock-in. (by pimterry)Project mention: What can MikroTik/RouterOS **not** do? | /r/mikrotik | 2022-10-05
Note taking without the lock-in
Migrating to z Bonzai stateful command tree monolith (by rwxrob)
The little hot-reloadin' static site maker from shell.Project mention: “Make” as a Static Site Generator | news.ycombinator.com | 2023-09-10
I love the code . Mine  is a bit over engineered because I wanted hot-reloading (without JS), and it was a delightful yak shave.
But the basic idea is the same --- heredocs for templating, using a plaintext -> html compiler (pandoc in my case), an intermediate CSV for index generation.
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Multi-lingual, Markdown-based Literate Programming... in run-anywhere bash
Deep links to opt-out of data sharing by 100+ companies.Project mention: YSK: Debt dies with the individual, it does not transfer to anyone UNLESS they agree to pay in some way | /r/YouShouldKnow | 2023-03-10
simpleoptout.com. This website has an extensive list off all (?) the websites that store or sell your personal data and how to opts out. I usually go through the list once a year.
A tiny CLI for HedgeDoc (by hedgedoc)
a little preprocessor for literate programming (by vijithassar)Project mention: Literate Programming: Articles | news.ycombinator.com | 2023-05-18
There are tools to do exactly that, like a simple bash scripts lit.sh: https://github.com/vijithassar/lit
I've heard it referred to as 'semi-literate programming' because it skips the reorganization functionality and just gives you nice prose to code conversion.
Command line markdown todo list managerProject mention: mdt - a simple markdown todo list manager | /r/commandline | 2023-03-16
Lightweight CLI for taking markdown notes in a journal-like (time-seried) fashion
An opinionated set of Pandoc templates and scripts for converting markdown to DOCX manuscripts that adhere to William Shunn's Proper Manuscript Format guidelines using Pandoc. (by prosegrinder)Project mention: Strange Machines: An Anthology of Dark User Manuals | /r/technicalwriting | 2023-04-15
Also anyone can write a story in markdown then run it through a Pandoc template: https://github.com/prosegrinder/pandoc-templates
Write Bash executable runbooks in Markdown.
Example of how to produce scientific, academic, and technical PDF documents such as essays, reports, or thesis by writing Markdown and converting with Pandoc via LaTeX. We also included build and release automation with GitHub actions.
Markdown notes system with bi-directional links, editor not includedProject mention: Show HN: Notesium, Markdown Notes in Vim with an Obsidian-Like Graph View | news.ycombinator.com | 2023-06-29
Use pandoc to convert from markdown to PDF with our preferred optionsProject mention: Pandoc [a universal document converter] 3.0 | news.ycombinator.com | 2023-01-19
Pandoc is such a great conversion program. I write in markdown and export to PDF and using pygments for code syntax coloring, with .tex files to adjust layouts, tables, and the like.
:books:Auto Generate the README.md in Multiple Languages via CI/CDProject mention: Free Use of gpt3 and gpt4 APIs for Automatically Generating Multi-Language README.md | /r/github | 2023-08-28
Simple Markdown-Driven Scaffolding tool written by Go
Guidelines and script (bash) for generic standalone code documentation
Markdown Table of Contents Generator
Automated development tasks for my own projects
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Shell Markdown related posts
Show HN: Notesium, Markdown Notes in Vim with an Obsidian-Like Graph View
1 project | news.ycombinator.com | 29 Jun 2023
I recently open-sourced my personal markdown-based notes system with bi-directional links at its core, Vim integration, fuzzy search, graph view, and more. Looking for feedback and constructive criticism.
2 projects | /r/Zettelkasten | 27 Apr 2023
Strange Machines: An Anthology of Dark User Manuals
1 project | /r/technicalwriting | 15 Apr 2023
YSK: Debt dies with the individual, it does not transfer to anyone UNLESS they agree to pay in some way
1 project | /r/YouShouldKnow | 10 Mar 2023
Manuscript format in other languages?
1 project | /r/writing | 3 Feb 2023
Permission Slip by Consumer Reports: take back control of your data
1 project | news.ycombinator.com | 29 Jan 2023
Law being pass to avoid excessive rent increases and my job sent an email to testify against it
1 project | /r/WorkReform | 23 Jan 2023
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